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Police recruitment: Force makes clarification on date of aptitude test

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The Nigeria Police Force has said it has not fixed any date for the aptitude test in the ongoing recruitment exercise into the force.

Muhabarishaji reports that applicants for the position of constable into the NPF have gone for physical and credential screening across the various commands.

Giving an update, the force headquarters on its social media handle, said on Wednesday that it “wishes to inform the general public and applicants in the ongoing recruitment exercise that no date has been fixed for the aptitude test which is the next phase in the recruitment process.”

The NPF stated that the clarification became necessary following the deluge of enquiries received by the Force on the matter.

Police said, “applicants should be rest assured that once the Police High Command fixes a date, it will be widely circulated.”

“Applicants are equally advised to monitor the Police website, social media handles and the traditional media for further updates,” it was stated.

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