IDPs Seek Inclusion In The Ongoing Nigerian Police Recruitment Exercise

April 13, 2016 – IDPs Request Inclusion In The Ongoing Nigerian Police Recruitment Exercise

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) yesterday appealed to the Police Service Commission (PSC) and the Inspector General of Police, to give special consideration to them in the on-going police recruitment exercise.

The leadership of the IDPs in the Durumi Camp, Area 1, Abuja in separate letters to the chairman of PSC, Mr. Mike Okiro and IGP, Solomon Arase, said they have about 700 able bodied youth, who are jobless and desirous of joining the police.

The letter, exclusively, obtained by Daily Sun in Abuja, indicated that 96 of them possess Hihger National Diploma (HND), National Certificate of Education (NCE) and Ordinary National Diploma (OND) qualifications while about 500 others have Ordinary Level Certificate.

6 thoughts on “IDPs Seek Inclusion In The Ongoing Nigerian Police Recruitment Exercise

  1. The request sounds reasonable but being displaced persons what will be their contact address? Police or any security service agency needs thorough background information about people they employ, and more so in view of the insecurity situation in the country.

  2. They ought to be considered cos they are also part of the citzens of Nigeria.

    As for me, I dont really need any police job cos my own kind of job is the best in the www.
    H U N T I N G G A M E S.*wink

  3. 700 jobless youth from IDPs,excluding youths from different states. Lord have mercy,help our leaders so they can help create employment in the country. Kidnapping,fighting,stealing and killing will reduce if there is enough job in the country.

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