Kingsley Nwezeh in Abuja
Following the commencement of the recruitment exercise for 10,000 police constables, Chairman of the Police Commission (PSC), Solomon Arase, weekend, promised credible, fair and merit driven exercise in line with the commission’s rules and guidelines for recruitment.
Arase called on Nigerian youths to take advantage of the recruitment exercise and contribute to the service of fatherland, adding that the commission would continue to ensure that the nation had a police force it would always be proud of.
The commission, in conjunction with the Nigeria Police Force had commenced the 2023 recruitment exercise.
The ongoing recruitment exercise was open to qualified and interested Nigerians for appointment into the force as constables (recruits) general duty and specialists, notably, artisans, medical assistants among others.
The portal which opened Sunday, October 15 is to close on November 26, 2023.
A statement by the Spokesman of the commission, Ikechukwu Ani, said Arase promised “credible, fair, equitable and merit driven exercise in line with the Commission’s rules and guidelines for recruitment.
“Arase called on Nigerian Youths to take advantage of the recruitment exercise and contribute to the service of their fatherland adding that the Commission will continue to ensure that it gave the nation a police force it will always be proud of”, it said.