May 28, 2022

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Beware of Fraudsters, DSS Sends Important Message to Nigerians Over Recruitment –

  • Nigerians have been warned not to fall victim to scammers over the city’s latest job listing
  • According to the Department of Field Services, the service is not recruiting online, nor does it sell application forms
  • Going further, the DSS says interested candidates are advised to submit recruitment inquiries from the service’s headquarters, Abuja, among others

The Department of State Services has urged Nigerians to beware of scammers as the service is not currently recruiting.

DSS spokesman Peter Afunanya said in a statement on Friday that the service does not recruit online, sell application forms or charge job seekers before recruiting.

< p class ="align-left">The explanation read: “The Department of State Services wants the public to know Informing ber that it is not currently hiring.

“It also takes this opportunity to reiterate that it does not engage in online recruitment, sell application forms or receive money from potential employees (when and if it conducts recruitment).

Interested candidates are advised to submit recruitment inquiries to the service’s headquarters, Abuja, its state commands, other nationwide formations and the official website .”

In another report, the Department of State Services (DSS) on Tuesday, April 26, warned the general public about plans by some criminal elements to launch attacks using improvised methods Launching explosive devices on some soft and hard targets across Nigeria by criminals to bomb some parts of Nigeria

Signed by Peter Afunanya, the DSS spokesman, the secret police said, obw While such incidents have already been reported in some areas, this has revealed a ploy used by suspected criminal gangs to forge an alliance between themselves.

Afunanya said these suspected criminals plan further attacks on critical infrastructure and other frequented public places such as worship and recreation centers, especially during and after the holidays and festive celebrations.


Security agencies are sounding the alarm, claim Desperate politicians conspire to unsettle northern Nigeria

Security officials had said some desperate politicians had plans to wreak havoc in northern Nigeria.

According to the agencies, the plan is to sponsor violent protests across the region to discredit the Buhari government.

Four governors, one former Go Governor of Sokoto and a prominent traditional ruler, are believed to have been involved in the conspiracy.

Clashes between security forces were reported to have occurred during President Buhari’s visit to Kaduna

Clash of egos by security agents have always led to fisticuffs in various publicly c events in Nigeria.

According to reports, the situation in Kaduna reared its ugly head again as President Muhammadu Buhari visited the state.

The President is visiting the northwest state for a two-day visit to commission projects initiated by the El-Rufai government.