Jan 20, 2022

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Recruitment: Police Send Update To Applicants, Fix Deadline for Registration – Legit.ng

  • Nigerians willing and eligible to apply to the Nigerian Police Force have been well informed
  • The NPF on Wednesday, January 12, announced that the registration for recruitment has been extended by 10 days
  • According to the troops, the extension was necessary so that all geopolitical zones have the same opportunities for representation

The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) announced on Wednesday January 12th that the online registration in the ongoing 2021 recruitment exercise for eligible Nigerians has been put into service extended until Saturday, January 22nd.

In a statement from CP Frank Mba, the force’s spokesman, it was announced that the recruitment portal would remain open until midnight of the new date .

Police stated that this extension was influenced by the need to Chancenglei guarantee the chances of ensuring that the requests are evenly distributed, in particular from states in the geopolitical zones Southeast, South-South and Lagos, so that they can meet the required quota for their respective areas.

To provide details on this situation, Mba noted:

“A statistical analysis shows that by January 7, 2022 a total of 81,005 applications had been received nationwide. Of this number, only 1,404 applications were received – less than 2% of total applications – from the five states in the southeast and 261 from the state of Lagos, with Anambra state having the lowest number with 158 applicants.

“As a result, the force admonishes states and local governments, religious bodies and other stakeholders in the affected geopolitical zones and in Lagos State to help mobilize and encourage their citizens and communities to take the opportunity to make a career e way in the Nigerian police. Interested applicants are asked to register with the NPF recruiting portal www.policerecruitment.gov.ng before the new deadline. “

Furthermore, the police asked applicants to Complaints or technical difficulties in using the portal on 08100004507, adding that the recruitment process is absolutely free.

Police college commanders blackmail recruits? IGP sends urgent warning

In the meantime, the Police Inspector General Usman Baba had warned commanders of the police school at the Armed Forces Headquarters in Abuja not to blackmail recruits.

IGP Baba gave issued a stern warning on Wednesday January 5th during his meeting with commanders.

He reminded top officials of the command that President Buhari-led government has zero tolerance for anything form of corruption.