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EFCC disowns ongoing recruitment campaign

The commission warned job applicants against fake recruitments forms, employment letters, and extortion from scammers.

• January 16, 2021
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EFCC-Head-Office, Abuja

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has disowned widespread reports of an ongoing recruitment drive at the commission.

The commission in a statement warned job applicants against fake recruitments forms, employment letters, and extortion from scammers, informing the general public to beware of fraudster providing links to their portals, which is being circulated on various social media platforms and tagged: ” EFCC Recruitment Form 2021/2022 and Guidelines Form and apply for the ongoing EFCC recruitment 2021″ 

EFCC spokesman Wilson Uwujaren advised the public to disregard the fake jobs being advertised on social media, as the commission employment offer is well structured, transparent, and merit-driven. 

”For the avoidance, recruitment into EFCC is a structured, transparent, and merit-driven process which is always heavily advertised through the mass media and the Commission’s social media platforms. it is highly automated, with no place for the so-called employment form,” he said. 

EFCC also urged the public to check information regarding the agency on their website: efccnigeria.org.

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