Again, ICPC, Immigration Service Raise Alarm over Fake Recruitment Notices
ICPC IS NOT CONDUCTING A FRESH RECRUITMENT EXERCISE!
The attention of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission has been drawn to an advertisement regarding a purported recruitment exercise by the Commission. The notice in the media is in respect of the 2020 recruitment exercise which was suspended due to the COVID-19 challenges.
For the avoidance of doubt, ICPC wishes to state categorically that it is not currently conducting a fresh recruitment exercise. Before the suspension of the exercise in 2020, the Commission had received over 500,000 applications and shortlisted those that met preliminary criteria. Further processing is in view.
The Commission hopes to resume the exercise once it obtains clearance from appropriate quarters. There is therefore no new recruitment exercise. Submission of applications has closed and no new applications is being entertained.
The general public is therefore warned to be wary of any notice of recruitment by ICPC.
NIS Exposes Fake Recruitment Exercise on Website
The attention of the Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Muhammad Babandede MFR has been drawn to a current trend of fake recruitment advert and exercise taking place on fake websites where unsuspected Nigerians are being duped.
2. The Service is hereby dissociating itself from the exercise and advising Nigerians against subscribing to it.
3. The Service recruitment exercise is always been advertised in reputable national dailies, television and on its website: www.immigration.gov.ng and it is FREE, successful candidates who have sat for the exam will be contacted through verifiable and credible platforms and not fake websites.
4. The Comptroller General is hereby advising the general public to desist from patronizing them and to report any suspected case to the following platform and telephone number: [email protected], 07080607900 and nearest Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offenses Commission (ICPC) and other Anti-Corruption Bodies nationwide.
5. The General Public is strongly advised against paying money in whatever form to anybody or organization, as the NIS recruitment is FREE and NIS will never demand for money for the exercise.
DCI Sunday James pcc
Service Public Relations Officer
For: Comptroller General of Immigration