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Just In: FRSC refutes claim of recruitment

The Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC) has described as untrue a publication by Opera news online informing the public about the release of shortlisted names for recruitment into the services of the Corps.

The Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem(ACM) stated this in a press statement.

Kazeem warned members of the public that the Corps is presently not recruiting neither is there any list of shortlisted candidates published on any platform whatsoever.

“Our recruitment processes have always been transparent, credible and made public through adequate placements of advertorials and notifications on all available media platforms including our website; www.frsc.gov.ng, our social media handles, and the National Traffic Radio 107.1FM

“The public is by this warned to desist from any form of engagement with the purveyors of that misinformation and outright disinformation as the Corps will not be liable should anyone fall victim.” He concluded.

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