Nigeria Police Force to Commence Medical Screening

A female police officer faces supporters of 219 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants as police blocks the protesters from marching on the president’s official residence in Abuja on October 14, 2014. Some 276 girls were seized from their dormitories at the Government Girls Secondary School in the remote town of Chibok in Borno state, northeastern Nigeria, on the night of April 14. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

The Nigeria Police Force on Friday, disclosed that its medical screening date will commence from Tuesday, May 17 2022 to Tuesday, May 31 2022.

The medical screening is for all candidates who participated in the recent Computer-Based Test (CBT) following the ongoing recruitment exercise.

Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters Abuja, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, urged applicants to take note of the released dates for the medical training, which will be happening only at designated centres in the seventeen Police Zonal Commands.

Current Acting Nigerian inspector-general of policeUsman Alkali Baba
Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police Usman Alkali Baba

The statement added that applicants must ensure to check their application status, ensure they have required documents ready, including print out of the medical screening slip which will determine their entry to the next stage of the recruitment.

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Other requirements as mentioned in the statement, included: “National Identity Number (NIN), original and duplicate copies of credentials, O’ Level Result(s), certificate of Origin and Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age – neatly arranged in two white flat files with recent passport photographs attached.”

Applicants were also told to dress in a white shirt, and ensure to have all documents ready to avoid being turned back.

The Police PRO also reiterated that the medical screening was free, and applicants must beware of fraudsters and scammers who may likely take advantage of the exercise to exploit unsuspecting persons.

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