The Police Command in Niger has urged successful candidates in the ongoing ninth regular course intake to the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil Kano, to prepare for screenings.
The command said in a statement issued in Minna on Thursday that physical and credential screening would begin from September 26 to October 1 at Police Secondary School, Minna by 8am daily.
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Mr Wasiu Abiodun, the Command’s spokesperson, said that all applicants would report to the screening centre in white T-shirts and short knickers.
According to him, a national identification card/slip, original/photocopies of credentials/birth certificate or declaration of age, including the print-out results of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, are mandatory.
“Other mandatory requirements include print-out of the application profile page, invitation slip, indigene certificate signed by local government chairmen/secretary and medical certificates from a recognised government hospital.
“Also required are certificates from village/district heads of the applicants, duly completed guarantor’s form; all which should be arranged in two office files with recent passport photographs,” he said.
Commissioner of Police in the state, Monday Kuryas, congratulated the successful candidates and urged them to be of good behaviour during and after the screening. (NAN)