Nigerian Army Recruitment Scam: Beware Of Fake Major General Mohammed Ibrahim

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June 6, 2016 – Nigerian Army Recruitment Scam: Beware Of Fake Major General Mohammed Ibrahim 

Are you planning to join the Nigerian Army, please don’t fall into the hands of fraudsters taking desperate Nigerians for granted.

NaijaGists scam busters just caught one of them.

This is one of the sample advert they are using to dupe Nigerians

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“Hello Nigerians….i am major General Mohammed Ibrahim from the Nigeria Army, If you know you wrote the Nigeria-army Examination

28th may 2016,the successful list will be out 7th June and you want your name to be out on the successful list,for the candidate

that will get the recruitment of the Nigeria Army. So many candidate dont know that after writing the Army Examination they need to

secure their details so that their names can be out.but i am here to give help and assistance to anyone who is willing to get into

the Nigeria Army Recruitment.contact me on,09057689166 for help and urgent appointment because names will be out on 7th June,i want

to use this Medium to tell those that really needs this help to join the Nigeria Army Recruitment training.call major General

Mohammed Ibrahim on,09057689166, and you must go for the army training by my power…”

10 thoughts on “Nigerian Army Recruitment Scam: Beware Of Fake Major General Mohammed Ibrahim

  1. This is pure scam. Anyone that falls for this is mumu. I don’t think Nigerian army will hire a PRO that writes disjointed English.

  2. The thing is that these people give out their contact numbers. And so I am baffled as to why the police still leaves them to continue duping people when they could be easily arrested.

    • @Metu, I do not think the number they give out is their true number. They may plant somebody at that number to take the calls. This is classic 419. They will all be caught.

      • @Uzoma, I think differently. Is the number they give out not meant to be used to contact them? It doesn’t matter who picks the call. An undercover officer could pretend to be intrested. A call to that number would surely lead to the people involved, since they have been using it to dupe the masses. This case is very simple. Our police is not just working, that is all.

  3. This is 100% scam,i clled the number and the way the person spoke,i can easily identify his is number one tout without education,please beware of this scammer

  4. Am so much a shame to be called a nigerian. What are you telling me now, you mean a fraudster drop his number and you with a well respected uniform cannot tress him. I hate seen this kind of news.

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