Police Begins Recruitment Of 10,000 Personnel Nationwide

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The Nigerian Police, on Friday, commenced the recruitment of Nigerian graduates into the Police Force.

The recruitment follows President Muhammadu Buhari directive last year at the National Security Summit in Abuja that 10,000 personnel be recruited into the Force to address the obvious shortfall in the manpower needs of the Police.

A statement issued yesterday in Abuja, by the Assistant Director, Press and Public Affair Ikechukwu Ani, said the chairman of the commission Mike Okiro, had directed that “any misconduct during the exercise will be sanctioned, in line with the public service rules.

Okiro warned the Staff of the Commission who will be involved in the screening of candidates to avoid any act that will compromise the integrity of the exercise.

“The website portal for the recruitment exercise opens today” he said.

He urged interested applicants to access the portal through the commission’s website: www.psc.gov.ng or that of the Nigeria Police Force: www.npf.gov.ng.

It said that no fee would be charged for the processing of the forms which would be filled on-line.Police Begins Recruitment Of 10, 000 Personnel Nationwide

The Nigerian Police, on Friday, commenced the recruitment of Nigerian graduates into the Police Force.

The recruitment follows President Muhammadu Buhari directive last year at the National Security Summit in Abuja that 10,000 personnel be recruited into the Force to address the obvious shortfall in the manpower needs of the Police.

A statement issued yesterday in Abuja, by the Assistant Director, Press and Public Affair Ikechukwu Ani, said the chairman of the commission Mike Okiro, had directed that “any misconduct during the exercise will be sanctioned, in line with the public service rules.

Okiro warned the Staff of the Commission who will be involved in the screening of candidates to avoid any act that will compromise the integrity of the exercise.

“The website portal for the recruitment exercise opens today” he said.

He urged interested applicants to access the portal through the commission’s website: www.psc.gov.ng or that of the Nigeria Police Force: www.npf.gov.ng.

It said that no fee would be charged for the processing of the forms which would be filled on-line.