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NSCDC Recruitment News Update By New CG

NSCDC Recruitment News: The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), recently have a newly appointed Commander General (CG) Ahmed Abubakar A., who after assuming office has studied the current state of the NSCDC recruitment exercise before proceeding to the next phase.

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According to the new CG, he needs time to access the process thoroughly to know how far his predecessor went and how he can pickup from there to bring about transparent, credible, and well-structured format in concluding the exercise.

NSCDC Recruitment News Update

Information has gotten to the NSCDC management regarding fake messages that are currently being passed on social media, about the invitation of applicants for a compulsory scheduled test in an unapproved/unidentified location or venue.

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Before most of the desperate applicants will fall victim to this fake recruitment test, the management is using this medium to let the public know that such message is not from them, hence they are advised to ignore and beware of further attack by these scammers.

The corps (NSCDC) who is against such habit is warning those behind such dubious act, and warn them against using the organization’s name to defraud or scam innocent Nigerians, as it is a criminal offense and won’t be tolerated by the law.

The CG also ordered for search of those behind the fake recruitment examination, as he tends to get hold of them and make them face the law.

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Note: Always confirm recruitment processes from the official webpage or social media handles of any organisation before proceeding with their instructions, as failure to do so can make you fall victim to fraudsters.

To stay updated on NSCDC recruitment news, always visit

Kindly share with Friends and Family via other social media platforms, so they can be aware of this information and escape from such misleading and malicious act.

Source: Nyscinfo

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