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Nigerian Prisons Service speaks on recruitment

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Nigeria Prisons Service, NPS, has warned Nigerians towards falling victims to job scammers.
NPS disclosed that the scammers have been in search of to use its present recruitment train by soliciting cost from unsuspecting job seekers to be able to facilitate their employment into the service.
A statement issued by NPS spokesperson, Francis Enobore warned members of the general public to not take care of anybody with such proposition.

Enobore maintained that the service doesn't acquire cash from job seekers.

The statement reads: “It has come to the data of the administration of the Nigerian Prisons Service {that a} syndicate has been masquerading itself as a recruitment company for the Nigerian Prisons Service, deceiving unsuspecting members of the general public and amassing monies for the aim of securing appointments for job seekers.

“Members of the general public are hereby knowledgeable that: The Nigerian Prisons Service has a normal recruitment protocol and neither makes use of agent(s), syndicate(s), non-public people nor receives monetary inducement for recruitment functions.
“The Nigerian Prisons Service dissociates itself from such illicit dealings and members of the general public are suggested to ignore entreaties from such teams as they're fraudsters.
“Shortlisted candidates for interview shall be knowledgeable sooner or later by the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prison Services Board (CDFIPB). “

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