Nigeria Immigration recruitment (NIS) – NIS Cautions applicants

Nigeria Immigration recruitment (NIS): Beware of fraudsters – NIS Cautions applicants Who Seeks For Help

Nigeria Immigration recruitment (NIS) – NIS Cautions applicants: Here NIS boss cautions Nigerian Youths who are fund of looking for the shortest way to reach success to desist from it as they might be running into the wrong hands, Job seekers you have been kindly advised.

UPDATE: This is coing due to the increase demand of applicant seeking for shortcuts. The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has warned prospective applicants seeking employment into the service not to pay any money to any person or group of persons but to follow all due process in achieving their aim/goal. Nigeria Immigration Service Comptroller-General, Mr Muhammad Babandede, gave this warning in a statement signed by the service Spokesperson, Mr Sunday James, on Monday in Abuja read more.

This is also a reminder that the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC),
Nigeria Fire Service (NFS), NIS and Nigeria Prisons Service boards (NPS) had announced approval for recruitment in advertorials on Monday you can logi to their respective site for more details.
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Nigeria Immigration recruitment (NIS): Beware of fraudsters – NIS Cautions applicants Who Seeks For Help
To buttress more on being careful the NIS boss, has  further given advise to applicants to follow instructions as stated in the advertisements in the media and desist from any monetary request from anybody be it uniform men or any bone claiming to have better connections.
He said “the public is hereby advised to strictly follow the instructions as specified in the advertisement.
“Applicants must shun every request for monetary inducement by any person or group of persons, either in person or through fake online accounts.’’
NIS boss has no facebook account, twitter account or any social network account so please be carefull of impersonators.
NIS is urging all applicants to report any exploitation to —
He urged the public to visit the NIS official online account — for further information and clarification.

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