Recruitment: Invitations to CBT and PSC are sent to shortlisted candidates

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According to a statement released by the Police Service Commission on Saturday, 171, 956 qualified candidates from the screening phase of the ongoing police recruitment drive are now being invited to move on to the computer-based tests phase of the process.

The film is slated to be screened throughout all 36 of the Federation’s states as well as the Federal Capital Territory on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5 and 6, 2024.

In addition, the Commission has pledged to guarantee that the recruiting process is merit-based at all phases, according to a statement from spokesperson Ikechukwu Ani.

“After the screening process, applicants are encouraged to check their progress on the recruiting portal, apply.policerecruitment.gov, and if they are selected, to confirm the precise time and day of their computer-based test.

“Test takers should arrive with their CBT slip, which will be generated when they visit the recruitment portal and see the published list of successful candidates along with instructions on what to print.”

“The Commission’s determination to guarantee that the exercise is merit-based and compliant with the Federal Character Commission’s equal representation requirements was reaffirmed by Chairman Dr. Solomon Arase (IGP Rtd).”

Dr. Arase expressed gratitude to the Police Recruitment Board for their unwavering dedication to this national responsibility and assured them that the Commission would always be indebted to them.

He said that after the exercise is over, the government will have access to more police officers to help combat crime and criminality there and reclaim the ungoverned areas all throughout the nation.

He appealed for the assistance of all Nigerians, saying that the government should not fight the war on its own and that the fight against terrorism and insurgency would soon be won.

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