Police Recruitment: 338,227 Shortlisted For 10,000 Vacancies

mobile-police-officersFrom the 911,438 applications received from eligible Nigerians seeking enlistment into the Nigeria Police Force, 338,227 applicants have been shortlisted electronically from the exercise.
The Police Service Commission, PSC, on April 1, 2016 began the process of recruitment of 10,000 eligible Nigerians into various cadres of the Police Force, based on a presidential directive.
The PSC at the time, said it would recruit 500 Cadet ASP, 500 Cadet Inspectors, 1,500 Specialist Officers and 7, 500 Constables into the NPF.
Giving an update on the recruitment exercise which closed on May 13, the chairman of the PSC, retired Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mike Okiro, Thursday in Abuja, said the second phase of the recruitment will be done in state commands and the Federal Capital Territory.
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8 Comments

  • Nigeria will never change. Common police recruitment, they are still cheating. People who has the criteria are not still taken. That’s why there will still be Boko Haram and Militants. Please you people should bomb these leaders.

  • What was their criteria for selection they are been partial here and it isn’t fair not as if it was physical or qualification for shortlisting

  • There is no need, for recruitment. Police stations leave substance, to pursue shadow. The things, that fellow civilians. Do to other civilians. Are 100 times, more painful. Than anything, that boko haram, armed robbers or suicide bombers. Can do, to civilians. Anytime, civilians report matter, in police station. Police will say; “it is a family matter” OR, “police doesn’t enter, inside universities” etc. The real insurgents, are civilians themselves. And not Boko Haram, armed robbers or kidnappers. Boko Haram, are “actually harmless”

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