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9 LGs screened for police recruitment in Plateau

The Police Service Commission has so far screened shortlisted candidates from nine local government areas out of Plateau’s 19 in the ongoing screening exercise for…

The Police Service Commission has so far screened shortlisted candidates from nine local government areas out of Plateau’s 19 in the ongoing screening exercise for recruitment into the Nigerian Police Force.  

Daily Trust gathered that 3,763 applicants had applied from Plateau State and the screening which commenced Monday is being monitored by the Police Service Commission, representatives of Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and Federal Character Commission at the Polo ground in Jos.

Plateau State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Tyopev Terna told Daily Trust that the exercise include screening of the applicants’ physical attributes and their credentials which is expected to end before Saturday’s written examination to be conducted by JAMB.

“Three local governments are being screened daily but we had some challenges with the network at the beginning. Getting their data and fingerprints was difficult and when it gets dark, getting their pictures becomes very difficult too,” he said.

He said the Federal Character Commission was present to ensure that no local government area was short changed based on the directives of the President.  

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