- Currently the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) is unwilling to hire applicants
- The important information came in refutation of allegations that the FRSC has already published names of supposedly successful applicants for employment
- The organization stated on Thursday June 24th that vacancies are always open and official if they are available
Abuja – The viral claim that the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Names of applicants on the shortlist for massive recruiting has been unmasked by the agency.
In a Facebook post on Thursday, June 24th, the FRSC’s education officer informed , Assistant Corps Marshal Bisi Kazeem, the Nigerians that the online publication is wrong.
Kazeem, as well as v reported on The Nation, made it clear that there is no such list and that the FRSC is not currently recruiting either.
He stated that the organization often posts vacancies above its official ones Platforms and social media sites published.
The spokesman said:
“This medium is intended to inform the public that the corps is not currently recruiting , and no shortlisted list of candidates will be published on any platform.
“Our recruitment processes have always been transparent, credible and made public through appropriate placement of advertorials and notifications on all available media platforms including ours Website; www.frsc.gov.ng, our social media addresses and National Traffic Radio 107.1FM.
“The public is cautioned to refrain from any form of interaction with the providers of this misinformation and directly disinformation since the corps is not liable should someone fall victim. “
Osinbajo opens FRSC Marshall Inspectorate Training School
The Delta State Commissioner for Information , Charles Aniagwu announced this to journalists on Wednesday May 5th.
The project, built by the Delta State government, had an administrative block, an auditorium, and lecture halls for men and women Hostels, residential apartments, cafeteria, clinic, driving range and a soccer field.
Aniagwu, who attended the school, said arrangements had been made for a smooth inauguration.