Reports have it that over 15,000 candidates had applied, but according to their promises, only 10,000 applicants would be recruited.
“Over 15,000 applicants have so far applied ; you know there is no job in the country, so many people are interested in joining the police. The exercise would run for six weeks in compliance with the directive from the Federal Character Commission which said that recruitment exercise must run for at least six weeks to enable all interested persons, qualified Nigerians to apply. However, only 10,000 will be recruited,” the PSC Commissioner in charge of Media, Comfort Obi told news men.
The exercise started on Friday.
Interested candidates were directed to apply through its website, www.psc.gov.ng or that of the Nigeria Police Force, www.npf.gov.ng.
From our readers, it has been confirmed that the two websites are not functional, despite the initial traffic experiences that prevented many from applying, since the exercise took off.
Many candidates who could not access the portals which crashed, had to go back home in disappointment.
Technical administrators have done their job, over the matter and they are now working correctly.
Candidates for police constables are expected to possess five credit level passes including Mathematics and English Language in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination in not more than two sittings.
For cadet inspectors, in addition to having the requirements of police constables, candidates would be expected to have either an Ordinary National Diploma, Advanced Level, National Certificate of Education or their equivalents.
Candidates for cadet ASPs must possess a university degree or a Higher National Diploma, the PSC said.
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