NSCDC News 2020 | Current NSCDC News

NSCDC News 2020 | Current NSCDC News

Nigeria Security and Civil defense Corps [NSCDC] is one Federal Government Para-Military Arm that their recruitment has remained one of the most sought after. However, over the past few years, there have been lots of controversies concerning their mode of recruitment.

In our latest NSCDC news today, we shall be addressing a lot concerning NSCDC recruitment 2020 and how best how not to fall for a scam while processing your NSCDC recruitment Application 2020. Our team has also sourced resource materials that can aide you.

Additionally, we shall be regularly updating our page as we follow Current NSCDC News 2020 so endeavor to subscribe to our newsletter to get regular updates concerning NSCDC. Applicants are also advised to obtain NSCDC past questions and answer pdf it will help in your NSCDC Aptitude test.

Current NSCDC News

In the latest NSCDC recruitment news 2020 released by NSCDC, the commission wishes to inform the general public that NSCDC recruitment 2020 is free do not fall for scammers exploiting unsuspecting individuals. All NSCDC recruitment would be done at the official NSCDC recruitment portal. We also learned that NSCDC volunteer team members have expressed interest in being part of NSCDC recruitment.

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They are seeking for NSCDC to employ over 600 of their members. In yet another latest NSCDC news today, the command also hinted that some Area commanders have been changed, ensure you look up the updated list. It is important you get to know the Area Commander of your zone because you need it while updating your NSCDC Application 2020.

Furthermore, NSCDC will not give room for the falsification of documents. Any Candidate guilty of document falsification will be automatically disqualified. The suspect might face possible prosecution depending on the degree of the offence. NSCDC chief commandant in a recent press briefing also hinted that plans are being finalized to ensure hitch-free NSCDC recruitment.

In another Current NSCDC News, we were made to understand that all regions would be evenly represented. This is as a result of the backlash from some geo-political zones who felt they were not given enough employment slots in NSCDC. NSCDC shortlisted candidates would be grouped based on their zones which we shall list subsequently below. To allow for proximity, NSCDC recruitment screening would be done in all the zones stationed all over the country. This is to eliminate the inconvenience of traveling to distant locations for NSCDC recruitment screening exercises.

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Lobbying to be among NSCDC shortlisted candidates is highly discouraged as the recruitment would be mainly based on merit. In another NSCDC news 2020 update.

List of NSCDC Zones and States

NSCDC State Command Under Zone E: IMO, Abia, Akwa Ibom, Cross River, Ebonyi River and Enugu.

NSCDC State Command Under Zone D: Niger, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi and Kwara.

States Under Zone B : Kano, Katsina, Kano and Jigawa.

Zone F States: Ogun, Edo, Anambra, Delta and Bayelsa.

States Under Zone H: Benue, Nasarawa, Plateau,Taraba and Kogi.

The list above will provide a clue on the zone you are in. It will also assist in your Application process. It is advised you apply based on your zone of origin as this will allow for even distribution of the employment slots.

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We are in touch with NSCDC recruitment 2020 officials always visit our website for most recent NSCDC News 2020

How to Apply for NSCDC Recruitment 2020

Interested Persons who want to apply should proceed to the recruitment portal and apply. Those that have applied before now can easily update their details there. Ensure you meet the NSCDC recruitment requirements as the portal will only validate Applications from eligible persons.

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