The Police Service Commission (PSC) is set to conduct aptitude test for shortlisted applicants to the Nigeria Police Force.
The aptitude test will hold on August 22 across the country, the Head, Press and Public Relations of the commission, Ikechukwu Ani, said in a statement sunday.
Ani said coordinators for the exercise were already in their states of deployment to ensure the success of the process.
He said the Chairman of the commission, Mike Okiro, had advised successful applicants who had yet to receive invitation via e-mail to check their names at the state police command headquarters in their respective states.
Ani according to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) said the list containing the names of the invited applicants had been pasted in all the state command headquarters.
The spokesperson said the commission would ensure that nobody who was successful and qualified for this level of the exercise was left out.
The commission shortlisted 110, 469 out of the 338,250 for the aptitude tests from the 991,438 applications received.
The 110,469 comprised 22, 454 for Cadet ASPs, 24,456 for cadet inspectors and 63,559 for police constables.