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Nigerian Army commences 84 regular recruitment exercise

The exercise commenced on December 5, and is applicable to Nigerians from the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.

• December 9, 2022
Shortlisted candidates for Nigerian Army recruitment
Shortlisted candidates for Nigerian Army recruitment

The Army has announced the commencement of the recruitment of eligible Nigerians into the service for its 84 Regular Recruit Intake across the country.

This is contained in a statement by the Director, Army Headquarters Department of Recruitment Resettlement and Reserve, Brig.-Gen. Mustapha Garba, on Friday in Abuja.

Mr Garba said the exercise, which commenced on December 5, was to select eligible Nigerians from the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, based on federal character.

While on assessment tour at 23 Brigade Yola, Adamawa, the director charged the recruitment officers to ensure that they select the best for the Nigerian Army.

He also urged candidates to give a good account of themselves to become eligible to be shortlisted into the Nigerian army.

The screening exercise involves documentation, pre-medical and physical phases, among others.

(NAN)

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