- The Nigerian Army has announced June 18-July 11 for the screening exercise of its ongoing recruitment of 83 regular applicants for 2022 for non-commercial men and women< /li>
- The military authority announced this in a public announcement on the Nigerian Army’s verified Twitter account
- The Army challenged the applicants in a series of Tweets to visit the recruitment portal for the full process of the screening exercise
The Nigerian Army has announced the dates for the screening exercise of its ongoing Recruitment of the 83 regular intake 2022 for non-craftsmen and women.
The Punch reports that the military authority said so late Tuesday, June 14 in a series of tweets from the verified Twitter name @HQNigerianArmy.
The Nigerian Army s Said in its public announcement: “State recruitment screening is scheduled to begin from June 28 to July 11, 2022 in all 36 states and Federal Capital Territory Abuja.”
Nigerian Army Releases Website for Recruitment Processes
The Nigerian Army also instructed applicants to visit their recruitment portal.
“The Nigerian Army would like the general public and all applicants applying for 83 Regular Recruits Intake 2022 for Non-Tradesmen & Women to visit Nigerian Army Recruitment Portal https://recruitment.army.mil.ng to check the list of shortlisted candidates.< /blockquote>
“The state recruitment screening is scheduled to begin from June 28 to July 11, 2022 in all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja.
< blockquote>“All candidates will have a high level of a n discipline expected. Candidates who violate an order during the recruitment screening exercise would be disqualified,” the tweet said.
Nigerian Army Discovers Kidnapped Chibok Schoolgirl in Borno
The discovery was made in Borno by troops from the 26th Task Force Brigade in Borno on Tuesday 14 June during a patrol.
According to the Troupe, Ngoshe was found in a Twitter post with a young child believed to be hers.
Mama Boko Haram, others jailed with no option to fine on fraud charges
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Wakil, popularly known as Mama Boko Haram, was convicted on N71.4 million fraud charges.
An urt Judge Kumaliya’s statement says Mama Boko Haram and two others were found guilty on one count of two counts.