ENUGU — The Nigerian Police Force, Enugu State Command has called on successful applicants to catch in on the mop-up screening exercise extended to Tuesday, 8th February 2022 by 7.30 am at Senior Police Officers Mess, Agbani Road, Enugu.
In a statement signed by the Enugu State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Daniel Ndukwe, the physical and credential screening exercise is mandatory for the recruitment of successful applicants in the ongoing year 2021 recruitment of 10,000 Police Constables.
So far, a total of 309 applicants from 17 LGAs of the State have been successfully screened; while Igbo Etiti LGA has the highest number of screened applicants, Uzo Uwani LGA is the least.
Breakdown by Local Government Areas: Aninri 13, Awgu 27, Enugu East 5, Enugu North 10, Enugu South 12, Ezeagu 12, Igbo-Etiti 48, Igbo-Eze North 34, and Igbo-Eze South 12.
- Others include: Isi-Uzo 15, Nkanu East 8, Nkanu West 7, Nsukka 46, Oji-River 22, Udenu 33, Udi 4 and Uzo-Uwani 1.
Applicants who desire to be enrolled in the Force but are not yet screened are expected latest Tuesday, 8th February 2022 by 7.30 am at Senior Police Officers Mess, Agbani Road, Enugu.
They are to come along with the following mandatory requirements:
- National Identity Number (NIN) slip,
- Original and duplicate copies of their credentials, including O’Level result(s), certificate of origin and birth certificate/declaration of age arranged in 2 white flat files,
- Printout of their Application Profile Page, which can be obtained via www.policerecruitment.gov.ng, and
- Duly completed Guarantor’s form.
- They are to compulsorily present the above-mentioned items (a-d) and strictly adhered to COVID-19 prevention protocols during the screening exercise.
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