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Full Document: Nigerian Army shortlists 4302 candidates for pre-selection examinations

The Army shortlists 2096 to sit for the examination across the Federal Capital Territory.

• November 10, 2020
Nigerian Army Headquarters. [PHOTO CREDIT: Civil Military Affairs]
Nigerian Army Headquarters. [PHOTO CREDIT: Civil Military Affairs]

At least 4,302 candidates will sit for Saturday’s pre-selection examination for enlistment into the Nigerian Army‘s Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) and the Short Service Combatant commission (SSC), Peoples Gazette can report.

Documents seen by the Gazette Tuesday morning show that candidates for the November 14 computer-based test were shortlisted across six newly assigned zonal centres.

The Abuja centre had the most shortlisted candidates with 2096, while Gombe had 801.

Other centres were Enugu 491, Asaba 352, Calabar 334 and Ibadan 228.

Download the documents here, here and here.

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