Tuesday, 23 May 2017

NIS Recruitment Warning: Applicants Should Beware of Fraudsters

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has cautioned forthcoming candidates looking for work into the administration not to pay any cash to any individual or organization.NIS Recruitment Warning: Applicants Should Beware of Fraudsters

Mr Muhammad Babandede, the NIS Comptroller-General, gave the notice in an announcement signed by the administration Spokesperson, Mr Sunday James, on Monday in Abuja.

It would be reviewed that the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), Nigeria Fire Service, NIS and Nigeria Prisons Service boards had declared endorsement for enrollment in advertorials on Monday.

The NIS boss, accordingly, advised candidates interested in the job to follow the guidelines as expressed in the notices in the media and ignore any financial demand from anyone.

He said "people in general is thus encouraged to completely follow the instructions as specified in the advertisement.

"Candidates must avoid each demand for monetary inducement by any individual or agency, either face to face or through fake online accounts.''

He emphasized the fact that he had no any facebook account or accounts and encouraged candidates to report any misuse to — immigrationpro@gmail.com.

He urged the public to visit the NIS official online account — www.immigration.gov.ng for further information and clarification.

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