Recruitment: Board releases NSCDC, Immigration shortlisted names
The Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB) has released names of successful candidates for the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recruitment exercises.
A statement signed by the Secretary to the Board, Mr Ja’afaru Ahmed, on Monday in Abuja, disclosed that the Computer-Based Test (CBT) for successful applicants will hold on Thursday across the federation.
The secretary said that applicants are to visit the board’s portal at “cdcfib.career” to check for successful candidates names.
He said successful applicants should proceed to print their invitation letters and be at their respective designated centers on or before 6:30 a.m on Thursday for accreditation.
Ahmed said those shortlisted are also required to carry with them to their centers; originals and photocopies of either of the following means of identification.
“ National Identification Slip (NIN Slip), international passport, voter’s card or driver’s licence.
“Applicants are also to ensure that they follow strictly the information contained in their invitation letters,” he said.
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