• Warning! Fraudsters Now Use Forged Nigeria Custom Letterhead on Unsuspecting Applicants (See Screenshot)

    Warning! Fraudsters Now Use Forged Nigeria Custom Letterhead on Unsuspecting Applicants (See Screenshot)

    See the fake Nigeria Custom letterhead dubious fraudsters are now using to defraud applicants in Nigeria.

    Fraudsters have become more daring by the day as they have now devised a new tactics to defraud unsuspecting job applicants. The latest trick is to use fake customs letterhead advertising for replacement in the agency.

    Many people who do not know may easily believe the letterhead as it looks like the genuine one.

    However, applicants have been warned never to fall victim to the antics of […]

  • N-Power: FG begins assessment of one million job applicants

    N-Power: FG begins assessment of one million job applicants

    No fewer than a million Nigerian undergraduates who have applied online for the N-Power programme of the Federal Government will now be assessed in order to pick the final 500,000 for the two-year volunteer positions.

    The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice-President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Laolu Akande, said this in a statement on Monday.

    According to the statement, the Federal Government released a schedule for the next phase of the N-Power Programme, which is the job creation and empowerment initiative […]

  • UNIJOS extends applicants’ screening to Friday

    UNIJOS extends applicants’ screening to Friday

    It was gathered that the University of Jos has extended the screening of 25,000 applicants for admission into the 2016/2017 academic session to Friday, the institution’s Principal Assistant Registrar (Information and Publications), Abdullahi Abdullahi, has said.

    Abdullahi said the screening which began on September 5 was initially scheduled for completion on Wednesday.

    “It has been extended by two days following the declaration of a two-day public holiday to mark the Sallah festivity. The screening will now end on September 16, instead of […]

  • Police recruitment websites crash, inaccessible as 8,000 applicants register

    Police recruitment websites crash, inaccessible as 8,000 applicants register

    Attempts by many candidates to apply for enlistment into the Nigeria Police Force were frustrated on Friday as the two police portals for the recruitment crashed and were inaccessible for most part of the day.

    The Police Service Commission had directed interested candidates to apply through its website, www.psc.gov.ng or that of the Nigeria Police Force, www.npf.gov.ng, but the two websites crashed due to huge traffic.

    It was gathered that many candidates could not apply online at different cyber cafés and had […]