Nigerian Army Launches Recruitment Drive for Non-Tradesmen and Women
The Nigerian Army has recently announced the commencement of the 86 Regular Recruits Intake (RRI) process for Non-Tradesmen and women.
This important initiative was broadcasted via the Army’s verified social media platform on Tuesday, indicating a significant step towards strengthening the military force of the nation.
Application Process Goes Digital
The recruitment process begins with online registration, providing accessible means for potential recruits from all over the country.
The online registration window opened on September 25 and will conclude on October 10, 2023. Prospective applicants are encouraged to register at the official recruitment website of the Nigerian Army, ensuring a secure and streamlined process for all.
The Nigerian Army has emphasized that the recruitment exercise is completely free of charge. This assertion serves as a stern warning to applicants to be cautious and wary of any fraudulent activities that might suggest otherwise. The Army’s commitment to transparency is evident through its efforts to ensure that the recruitment process remains corruption-free.
State Recruitment Screening Exercise
Once the online registration process concludes, shortlisted candidates will be invited to partake in the State Recruitment Screening Exercise.
This exercise, which will take place from November 6 to November 19, 2023, forms a crucial part of the selection procedure. It allows the Nigerian Army to identify suitable candidates for the available non-tradesmen and women positions.
This rigorous selection process ensures that only the most qualified individuals are considered for these roles.
Join the Nigerian Army
With the launch of this recruitment exercise, the Nigerian Army is actively seeking new recruits to join its ranks. The process is accessible online, free of charge, and transparent, thereby encouraging eligible individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.
The Nigerian Army remains dedicated to its mission of safeguarding the nation and its citizens, and through this recruitment drive, it continues to uphold its commitment to excellence, discipline, and service to the nation.
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