Nigerian Army Warns Of On-going Recruitment Fraud

Nigerian Army Warns Of On-going Recruitment Fraud [TWEETS]

By Ekemini Ekwere | News Reporter on March 1, 2019
Tukur Buratai, Boko Haram
The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai

The Nigerian Army has again warned young Nigerians seeking to be enlisted into its service to be wary of fraudsters.

In tweets via its verified handle on Thursday, February 29, 2019 the Army condemned the activities of those who defraud job seekers with an assurance of getting them enlisted into the service.

It insisted that all stages of recruitment from applying online to the last phase of the exercise attract no charge.

The Army asked potential applicants to the cautious of such people, noting that they do not need to give bribe to get enlisted into the service.

“It has come to the notice of the AHQ  that some fraudsters are going about scamming unsuspecting potential recruits/applicants of 78 Regular Recruit Intake by requesting them for monetary inducement in return for enlistment into the NA,” the Nigerian Army tweeted.

“In the light of this menace, NA wishes to alert and inform the public that selection into the service is free (without any charges or inducement) from the point of application online to the last stage of the selection process which are in phases.”


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