The Nigerian Police Recruitment Status And How The Regions Were Represented

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In a bid to boost the security apparatus in the country , the Nigeria police embarked on a recruitment exercise and the Nigeria Police Exam Result Is Out After Arabic Paper Controversy. 5,253 Candidates Were Recruited #Kano, #Katsina Have Highest Number. Southeast Has The Lowest,

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Kano and Katsina states have the highest numbers of newly recruited police officers, a list of successful applicants released by the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has shown.

About 37, 000 candidates from across Nigeria had written the examination for the 2018 police constable recruitment, and only 5, 233 were shortlisted.

Kano has 308 candidates, followed by Katsina with 238.

Oyo is in a third place with 225, and at 42, the federal capital territory (FCT) has the least number of candidates.

In a regional breakdown, north-west has the highest with 1, 300 candidates followed by south-west with 921 candidates.

North-central has 823 candidates while south-south has 779 and north-east has 759.

South-east has the lowest, with 651 candidates.

The successful candidates have been directed to report for medical screening at the police zonal headquarters across the country between May 31 and June 3, 2018

Courtesy: The Cable

 

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