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Recruitment: Police announce 39 CBT examination centres in Kaduna

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The Police Command in Kaduna State has announced 39 Computer-Based Test, CBT, centers for the 2022 Nigeria Police Force Recruitment.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the recruitment is for Police Constables, scheduled from March 5 to March 6.
The command spokesman, Mansir Hassan, announced the CBT examination centres in a statement on Sunday in Kaduna.

Mr Hassan, an assistant superintendent of police, said the command wished to notify residents of the state who applied for the 2022 police recruitment that the Police Service Commission, in collaboration with the Nigeria Police Force, would be finalising the ongoing 2022 recruitment exercise nationwide.

“The CBT for Kaduna state residents will take place from Tuesday, March 5, to Wednesday, March, 6 at the specified venues.

“Only those who have successfully passed will take the examination. participants in the screening exercise should visit https://apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng to print their schedule slip, showing the venue, date, and time of the aptitude/CBT test.”

He disclosed that the venue and examination centre are divided into four.

He said the four centres included Kaduna metropolis centre which has 24 sub centers, Zaria centre 10, Kafanchan centre has two, and Soba centre has three.

Mr Hassan said the Commissioner of Police in Kaduna state, Ali Dabigi, directed all Area Commanders, State Intelligence Department, SID peratives from Explosive Ordnance Department, EOD, and Divisional Police Officers to locate and provide adequate security coverage for the centers within their jurisdiction.

“They are to collaborate with JAMB officials, staff of the Ministry of Police Affairs, Police Service Commission, and all other relevant government agencies tasked with supervising the test for a smooth exercise.

“Dabigi extends his best wishes for success to every candidate and urges them to conduct themselves honorably throughout the exam period,” Mr Hassan said.

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