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Police recruitment: Successful candidates list still valid, PSC insists

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The Police Service Commission (PSC) said it has not and would not cancel the list of successful candidates released for recruitment into Constables cadre of the Nigeria Police Force.

The Head of Press and Public Relations of PSC, Ikechukwu Ani said this in a statement on Tuesday in Abuja.

Ani said the clarification was followed by the statement being circulated on social media, alleging that, PSC had succumbed to pressure and cancelled the final list of successful candidates.

According to him, the statement did not emanate from PSC and we urge the public to disregard same.

He added that the recruitment exercise was conducted in clear adherence to relevant guidelines and provisions of the law.

He said the commission had just concluded a routine maintenance of its portal containing the list of the successful candidates.

“The commission is in control of the situation and has since restored the recruitment portal with its original contents.

“Successful candidates are advised to ignore this deliberate antics of desperate groups bent on destroying the good work of the commission.

“The commission is committed to giving the nation a merit based and inclusive recruitment exercise.

“It will continue to ensure that federal character, gender sensitivity and merit are the bedrock of its recruitment process”, he said.

Ani, therefore, urged those behind the circulated statement to desist from undermining the recruitment exercise, adding that, anyone caught would be dealt with.

“The portal is now fully functional and accessible hence, candidates can now log in and access all its features without any disruptions”, Ani said

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