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FAAN alerts of recruitment fraudsters

    The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on Monday clarified that the recruitment exercise where it employed staff into the Airport Rescue and Fire…

 
 
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on Monday clarified that the recruitment exercise where it employed staff into the Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Service (ARFFS), Aviation Security (AVSEC) and Information Communication Technology departments had long concluded.

The exercise, it explained, took place between March and May, 2015, saying no recruitment exercise is currently going on.
 
General Manager, Corporate Affairs Department of FAAN, Yakubu Dati stated this on Tuesday against the backdrop of reports of purported recruitment exercise by the authority.
 
In a statement, Dati explained that the successful candidates of the previous recruitment exercise would be invited at the appropriate time for mandatory training before deployment to various airports across the country.
   
He said, “We wish to emphasise that no recruitment exercise is taking place in FAAN at the moment. This is moreso because it has come to our notice that fraudulent recruitment agents and questionable recruitment websites are deceiving and in some cases, duping unsuspecting applicants by giving out misleading information about an ongoing recruitment exercise in FAAN.
 
“Please, be informed that the only and authentic website that belongs to the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria is www.faan.gov.ng”.

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