Update on 2017 Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) Job Recruitment Screening Exercise Date and things you should understand. Are you an applicant in this year Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) job recruitment exercise? Have you noticed nothing is being announced regards the screening exercise or test? Do you notice it seems nothing will happen again concerning the 2017 NIS job recruitment exercise. Here is an update concerning the 2017 Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) Job Recruitment Screening Exercise Date.
This year NIS recruitment exercise came as a relief to the mess caused by the scam reported in the last recruitment exercise. However, the atmosphere at hand is not as promising as we had wanted it. Hope the excitement the present administration has brought will not be dwindled with latest report of scams spotted among the Nigerian Immigration top officials?
You must have noticed that the NIS official recruitment website has been closed down for awhile, in fact, since the application closing date. Are we safe this time?
Premium Times Newspaper just reported that, Top Nigerian Immigration Service officials were arrested. The arrest is in direct connection with “suspected recruitment fraudsters and senior officers in the service involved in job racketeering.”
Definitely, something is not right about this year recruitment exercise and we just have to be with hope that what happened back in 2014 or similar cases will not repeat itself.
Going down the memory lane, 2014 NIS recruitment exercise witnessed some job seekers losing their lives and many others injured while they were called for screening never known that, some officials had used their application fees for “suya”
Meanwhile, the NIS Comptroller-General, Muhammad Babandede, had pledged that the ongoing recruitment process would be transparent, follow due process and in line with international best practices.
If you are one of the 2017 Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) Job Recruitment Screening Exercise in this new alleged scam, you can reach the NIS Comptroller General support team to ask or report any case of extortion in the guise of securing employment in NIS via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +234 (0)7080607900.