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POLICE RECRUITMENT: Zone 16 Commences Automated Medical Screening

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by Oyagiri Chime-emele

The Nigeria Police says its 2021 Automated Medical Screening Recruitment exercise will commence on Tuesday, May 17th at the police clinic, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

In a press release signed by the Zonal Police Public Relation Officer (ZPPRO), CSP Ikwo Kelvin Lafieghe, the police invited successful indigenes of Bayelsa and Rivers States who sat for the recently conducted Computer Based Test (CBT) for the exercise.

“The Zone 16 Police Headquarters, wishes to inform the indigenes of Bayelsa and Rivers states, who sat for the recently conducted Computer Based Test (CBT), that the screening of successful candidates is scheduled to hold from Tuesday, 17th May, 2022 at Police clinic, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State,” it stated.

The statement directed those concerned to check if they were successful on the recruitment portal of the police.

It said; “Candidates are to check their status on the recruitment portal.”

In the release, those successful were advised to come for the screening exercise at the designated venue on their scheduled dates and time with National Identity Number (NIN), original and duplicate copies of credentials, certificate of origin and birth certificate/age declaration.

Other Items to come with according to the press release are; two recent passport photographs, two file jackets, print out of application submission confirmation page and duly completed guarantor’s form.

The ZPPRO, according to the release, warned that the exercise is free, transparent and devoid of any financial inducement.

“Also, note that the exercise is absolutely free, transparent and devoid of any form of pecuniary obligations,” it warned.


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