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Job announcement for Nigeria Police Force Recruitment Exercise - Job in Nigeria

The Nigeria Police public announcement was placed to inform members of the public, particularly prospective candidates who have applied, or wish to apply for recruitment into the Police Force as CONSTABLES, that the exercise is to resume through the Federation from Monday, August 23, 2010 to Monday, September 13, 2010.

All those who have submitted duly completed forms are to be screened on a date to be announced later.

Prospective candidates who to apply may download the forms FREE OF CHARGE from the Nigeria Police website at www.npf.gov.ng

For the avoidance of doubt, only candidates with ND, NCE and 'A' Level certificates shall be considered. No special advantages shall accrue to candidates who apply with higher qualifications.


In addition, candidates must possess the following:


1. AGE: Between 18 years and 25 years of age

2. HEIGHT: Not less than 1.67 meters (5'6") for males and 1.63 meters(5'4") for females

3. CHEST MEASUREMENT: Expanded chest measurement for males only, must not be less than 86 meters (34")

4. PHYSICAL FITNESS: Candidates must not have any physical deformities like knock-knees, bow-legs, flat -feet, malformation of teeth, defective sight or squint eyes.

Candidates must pass a comprehensive medical examination conducted in an acceptable government hospital.

5. CHARACTER CERTIFICATION:

Candidates must be of good character attested to by a person of note, such as a Priest, Imam, Senior Government Official, Senior Police or Military Officer or their Traditional Ruler.

Candidates are to submit duly completed application forms with photocopies of all credentials claimed, to the Commissioner of Police in their in their States of Origin, not later than September 13, 2010.

 

The information and job announcement on this page is provided on Jobs and Careers in Nigeria by Jidaw as a community effort to meet the huge public need in the areas of employment and entrepreneurship.  It is contributed to help reduce the level of unemployment nationally and highlight prospects for empowerment.

JOB SEARCH TIP: Beware of unsolicited job offers. If you did not apply for the job it is probably a scam. Don't pay money for job interviews, tests or any aspect of getting a job during job recruitment . No responsible employer or employment agency will charge you or ask you for money, for getting you a job. Since it is unsolicited, and there was no previous application or interview process, it is likely to be a scam. Do not respond to unsolicited offers or propositions from people you don't know. Do not disclose your personal or financial details to such people.

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