The Nigerian Army has raised concerns over the proliferation of fake recruitment advertisements and online portals, particularly related to its Direct Short Service Recruitment for the year 2023. Describing these advertisements as deliberate attempts to defraud the public, the Army has issued a statement urging citizens, especially those interested in joining the service, to disregard such fraudulent information.
In a statement released on Tuesday by the Director of Army Public Relations, Onyema Nwachukwu, the Army emphasized the need for vigilance and cautioned against falling victim to these scams. The statement clarified that the fake online Direct Short Service Recruitment Portal for 2023 is a scam and advised potential candidates to rely on official channels for accurate information.
The statement further read, “Considering the damage these fake online publications could do to the psyche of would-be candidates and the general public, it is crucial to clarify that the fake online Direct Short Service Portal 2023 is a scam and should be clearly avoided.”
The Army has initiated measures to apprehend the perpetrators behind these fraudulent portals and encouraged the public to report any suspicious recruitment activities. The official channels recommended by the Nigerian Army for accurate and up-to-date information include the official Nigerian Army website, social media platforms such as Twitter (@HQNigerianArmy) and Facebook (HQ Nigerian Army), and other reputable media outlets.
The alert serves as a reminder to exercise caution when seeking information about recruitment processes, emphasizing the importance of relying on official sources to avoid falling prey to scams and fraudulent activities.
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