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Recruitment Of 10,000 Nigerians Into Police Force Begins April 1, Online Portal Unveiled




The process of recruitment of 10,000 qualified Nigerians into the Nigeria Police Force as directed by President Muhammadu Buhari at the National Security Summit last year in Abuja has commenced, the Police Service Commission (PSC) said on Wednesday.

A statement by the spokesman of the PSC, Ikechukwu Ani, said the commission had on Tuesday, March 22nd in Abuja, unveiled the online portal for the recruitment.

Ani said the chairman of the Commission, former Inspector General of Police, Mike Okiro, who unveiled the portal at a ceremony attended by the management team of the PSC, however, disclosed that it will be opened to the public on the 1st of April, 2016 which indicates the commencement of the recruitment exercise.

The PSC chairman said the unveiling of the portal was in actualization of the presidential directive on the recruitment of the 10,000 policemen and women.

Mr. Okiro further said the Commission considers the exercise remarkable since there has not been recruitment into the Force for more than five years due to financial constraints.

He also explained that the Commission could not commence the exercise last year because the funding was not captured in the 2015 budget.

The PSC added that with the commencement of the process on April 1, interested applicants should access the portal through the Commission’s website or that of the Nigeria Police Force,

The PSC Chairman also announced that there will be no charges for the processing of the forms, which will be done on-line.

Ani quoted the Chairman as saying: “we are not charging money. It is free, absolutely free”.

He also reportedly noted that the portal has been structured in a way that there will be no short cut; “Everybody must go through due process”.

The Commission also said it will be recruiting candidates into the three entry points of the Force, which are Constable, Cadet Inspector and Cadet ASP.

There will also be recruitment into the Specialist cadre, the PSC statement said.

“For Police Constables, applicants are expected to possess five credit level passes including Mathematics and English Language at Senior School Certificate Examination in not more than two sittings”, Ani said.

The Commission’s spokesman added that for Cadet Inspectors, in addition to having the requirements of Police Constables, candidates would be expected to have an Ordinary National Diploma (OND), Advanced Level (A level), National Certificate of Education (NCE) or their equivalents.

“Candidates for Cadet ASPs must possess a University degree or a Higher National Diploma (HND)”, Mr. Ani stated.

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  1. isah D Gachi

    March 30, 2016 at 11:43 am

    i want to join a npf

  2. uadiale micheal

    March 31, 2016 at 11:09 am

    Always up date me when there is any thing that is been needed to do work it comes to work and recruitment in any force in nigeria

  3. yusuf halidu

    April 4, 2016 at 6:33 am

    good bless Nigerian police forces

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Ezekwesili Reacts To Nigerian Govt’s Threat To Sanction CNN



Ezekwesili Reacts To Nigerian Govt’s Threat To Sanction CNN

Former Nigeria’s Minister of Education, Dr. Obaigeli Ezekwesili

Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, has reacted to a statement by the Nigerian government demanding that CNN be sanctioned.

On Thursday, Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, expressed that CNN should be sanctioned for its investigations which he described as irresponsible journalism.

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The minister also insisted that there was no mass killing at Lekki toll-gate, adding that it was a ‘Massacre with no bodies’

Reacting to the development, Ezekwesili, mocked the government over its threats at CNN.

She queried the reason for Judicial panels on the #EndSARS crisis if the government has closed its minds to information based on evidence.

She wrote:



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Man shares chat with mother who is trying to hustle a girl for him to marry



A Nigerian man identified as Opata Efungwu has shared his chat with his mother who is trying so hard to get a lady for him to marry.

From the chat with he shared, his mom sent a photo of a lady to him, and asked him to decide if he would want to see her when he comes home for Christmas.

“Check if you will like to see this girl in December when you come home for Christmas or not. If you will like to have her number or not. I still want to show you another person if you want me to”, his mom wrote.

Sharing the conversation on his Instagram page, he wrote;

“This life if someone told me when I was younger that a time will come when my mom will be hustling girls for me, I would never have believed it”.

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Strippers Spotted At Wedding Reception In Nigeria




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Stripper Pole

A video circulating on social media captures the moment some strippers were seen performing at a wedding reception in Nigeria.

Information Nigeria learnt that the brother of the groom thought it wise to entertain guests by hiring strippers to perform at the afterparty of the wedding.

The man decided to make the unusual move which has got people talking.

In the video, the strippers rocked skimpy outfits as they showed off their dance skills to the pleasure of the guests.

The web user, who made the video available tweeted;

“Lord wash my eyes.

A friends brother legit had strippers as entertainment at his wedding reception

Read Also: Nigerian Professor Arrested For Spending $185k Research Money On Strippers

Watch the video below:

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