Kaduna Police Give Fresh Update on 2024 Police Recruitment

Kaduna Police Give Fresh Update on 2024 Police Recruitment

Police Recruitment 39 CBT centers have been declared by the Kaduna police for the Nigeria Police Force recruiting.

According to Legit.ng, the application period for police constables is set for Tuesday, March 5 to Wednesday, March 6.

On Sunday, March 3, the CBT examination centers were revealed by Kaduna police spokesman Mansur Hassan in a statement.

State of Kaduna: To attract Nigerians to the Force, the police command in Kaduna state opened up 39 computer-based exam (CBT) centers to the public on Sunday, March 3.

Police constables are the target of the recruitment, according to Vanguard News.

According to PM News, the free CBT exam is planned for Tuesday, March 5 to Wednesday, March 6.

The information is for individuals who applied for the 2022 police recruitment, according to Mansur Hassan, the Kaduna state police spokesperson, who was cited by the media outlets.

Legit. ng is aware that the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) is wrapping up its national 2022 recruiting drive.

Part of Hassan’s statement is as follows:

The exam will only be taken by those who have passed.

Participants in the screening process should print their schedule slip, which includes the location, date, and time of the aptitude/CBT test, by going to https://apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng.

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The Kaduna police also revealed that Ali Dabigi, the state’s commissioner of police (CP), has given the relevant police units instructions to identify and adequately guard the 39 centers under their control.

The head of police counseled all applicants to behave honorably during the examination session.

In Kaduna, police apprehend a goat rustler.

The Kaduna police command previously announced the apprehension of a person believed to have stolen goats from Pasali Konu village in the Kagarko Local Government Area (LGA). This information was first published by Legit. ng.

The suspect, a 20-year-old native of Igwa village in Kagarko LGA, was taken into custody by vigilantes and a surveillance team while on patrol.

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