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FRSC Lists Criteria For Disqualifying Aspiring Recruits

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FRSC Lists Criteria For Disqualifying Aspiring Recruits

The corps marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Boboye Oyeyemi, has stated clearly criteria for disqualifying applicants who are aspiring to join its agency.

As gathered by NIGERIA NEWS, Opeyemi while stating few of the conditions said that job applicants with tattoos, bow and K-legs will be disqualified from its ongoing screening.

The FRSC boss made this declaration while inspecting the screening exercise at the Ikeja 9 Brigades Military Cantonment in Lagos on Tuesday, September 25.

He added that applicants with knocked knees and crossed eyes will be disqualified as well.

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“In any uniform service, you are not supposed to have tattoos on your body; likewise twisted eyes, bow, K-legs and flat foot are not allowed in the service.

“This is because anybody with bow and K-legs will not be able to stand and walk for a long period of time. In uniform service, you must be able to walk and run long distances in case of emergency.”

 To save life, you will be required to walk long distances and you won’t be able to perform your duty if you have “K” or flat leg.

According to him: “We have patrol duties for eight hours and rescue exercise can take up to five hours and if you are not fit you can’t do it. Likewise, for pregnant and married women, we can’t take them because that is the rule for uniform services.

“We have states that have the high concentration of applicants, like Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Kaduna, Benue, Lagos, Enugu and Oyo,” Oyeyemi said.

The FRSC boss commended the Nigerian Army, Nigerian Airforce, Police, Civil Defence and the Department of State Security Service for their support towards the success of the screening.

He said that the ongoing exercise across the country had been transparent, decent and on merit in line with the principle of federal character.

In an earlier report, NIGERIA NEWS had reported that FRSC commenced screening and physical assessment phase in 2019 recruitment exercise 

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Fire Service 2019 Recruitment Full Details And When Will It Starts?

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The Nigeria Prisons Service and the Federal Fire Service are instructed to give about  9,675 people job, in which 2,200 workers would be for the Federal Fire Service recruitment while 7,475 would be for the Nigeria Prison Service. This instruction is given by the Federal Government of Nigeria through the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board, CDFIPB, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The approval for the given instruction as to the recruitment of people into both agency came up during the board meeting that was held on 9th and 10th of May. 2019 in Abuja.

The secretary of the board, Al-Hassan Yakmut disclosed the information on Tuesday that the CDFIPB chairman, Abdulrahman Dambazau gave the approval.

The board chairman stated that there would no more be any segregation between the BSc. and HND holder in the service. A committee was immediately set up to implement the new order.

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Nigeria Customs Service Recruitments Update

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The news that spread that there would be the conduct of Aptitude test for the Nigeria Customs Service recruitments is debunked by the body. It is gathered by the NIGERIA NEWS that the body only filtrating their system to electronically select the qualified applicant.

The copy of the news that debunks the fact that an Aptitude test would be conducted is as quoted below as it was on their twitter page:


It should be noted that the shortlisted candidates would only be reached through the phone numbers and emails inputted. This report is to make sure individual are aware and update as to what is currently happening concerning the Nigeria Customs Service recruitments exercise and more importantly to warn people to be careful of misleading information from a unrelieble source.

The Nigeria Customs Service gave a report through the Public Relations Officer, Joseph Attah that, “A total number of people that registered is 828,333, but not all of them accomplished the process,”

Mr. Attah then added that the shortlisted list for the year 2019 Nigeria Customs Service recruitment is yet to be publicized. If there be any publication, it would relay to the public through the organization social media or web page.

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