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Recruitment: PSC denies assessing candidate list

The Police Service Fee has denied it’s reviewing the checklist of profitable candidates for the 2022 police recruitment train.

The fee additionally said that it by no means suggested candidates to print up to date invitation varieties or proceed to police coaching programs.

That is the second time the fee has issued a rebuttal on this challenge amid an ongoing dispute with the police over the recruitment train.

The battle between the 2 businesses started 11 days after the fee on June 4 launched the checklist of 10,000 profitable candidates for the positions of police constables and specialists within the Nigerian Police Pressure.

The police had rejected the checklist, claiming that the recruitment drive was marred by corruption and irregularities. Nonetheless, the fee promised to not cancel the checklist, prompting the Minister of Police Affairs, Ibrahim Gaidam, to intervene within the case.

The difficulty has not but been resolved.

However in an announcement on Tuesday, the Head of the Press and Public Relations Division, Ikechukwu Ani, suggested profitable candidates to be affected person and await the official assertion on the simply concluded recruitment train.

Ani mentioned: “The Fee needs to make it clear that at no level did it make any assertion on (i) the evaluation of the checklist of profitable candidates or (ii) inviting profitable candidates to test their purposes on the newly launched portal.

“The Fee at no level suggested candidates to print an up to date invitation letter and proceed to the Police Coaching Faculties. Neither did it announce a date for the coaching programme and the date of Monday twenty second July 2024 as talked about on social media is simply the creativeness of the impostors.

“The Fee want to advise candidates to be affected person and anticipate its official assertion on the recruitment process simply accomplished.”

Ani warned the spreaders of the false stories to cease doing so, as in the event that they have been caught they might face the wrath of justice.

He mentioned: “It additionally warns these unrelenting fraudsters to steer clear of its actions, particularly the recruitment train, and warns that anybody discovered undermining the train can be handled by the legislation.”

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