NAICOM alerts Nigerians to reported recruiting fraud

– NAICOM describes report of a purported recruitment exercise by it as a fraud

– The commission says it will inform members of the public accordingly through advertisement on its official website and national newspapers when it is set to recruit

– Nigeria Prison Service releases vacancies for BSc, HND, OND, SSCE certificate holders

The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) has dismissed reports that it has commenced a purported recruitment exercise.

Daily Trust reports that claimed online said NAICOM had announced vacancies in various positions, with a link provided for interested applicants.

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But the head, corporate communications, NAICOM, Rasaq Salami, described the report of the purported recruitment exercise as a fraud.

In a text message he said: “This to inform members of the public that the information going round in the internet about a purported recruitment exercise by NAICOM is false.”

“The information did not emanate from NAICOM. Please note that the National Insurance Commission is not recruiting and has no such plans at the moment.

“The information is fraud. Members of the public are advised to ignore the information. When NAICOM is set to recruit, it shall inform members of the public accordingly through advertisement on its official website and National Newspapers.”

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Meanwhile, the Nigerian Prisons Service, through the secretary to its board of directors, in a post published on Monday, April 30 released vacancies for holders of BSc, HND, OND, SSCE certificates with detailed requirements and method of application

The Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS) has released vacancies for holders of BSc, HND, OND, SSCE certificates, Nigerian Bulletin reports.

The news was published on Monday, April 30, by the service in a public notice signed by the secretary to the board.

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