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Nigeria Police Releases List Of Shortlisted Candidates For 2019 Recruitment

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The Nigeria Police has released the full list of the successful candidates for the 2019 recruitment. The Nigeria Police has stated few days ago that they will release the list and it’s finally out.

Confirming this In an official statement they released this morning, they asked applicants to go check their mails for details of the recruitment.

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Kindly check your email and phone number, notification has started since morning if you didnt get any sms/email due to network,pls be patient the list will be pasted to all Police Commands on or before next week Thursday so that you can check your name and date for your screening

Here’s what the message will look like!!

The message reads”You?re invited 2 2019 Police Rec. Exercise 2 take place in ur state capital. Pls check ur mail & state command 4 further info”.

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