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Important: Nigeria Civil Defence (NSCDC) – If your name is not shortlisted, Kindly read this!



Nigeria Security Civil Defence recruitment

It is no longer news that the long-awaited Nigerian Civil Defence shortlisted names of applicants are now out.


Firstly, we want to congratulate everyone who was shortlisted into the Nigeria Civil Defence Corps for the 2019 recruitment intake. Meanwhile, before we match the topic stated above. If you are yet to check your name please kindly follow the instruction outlined below to check.

How to Check your Name?

  • Kindly visit
  • Click on Check Application by Application Number
  • Enter your Application Number and Phone Number on the space provided
  • Click login

NOTE: If your name is among the shortlisted names, you will see an instruction telling you what to do next about your physical screening and processes. Meanwhile, if your name is not on the list, You will see some red text telling you that you are not shortlisted.

We have decided to reveal the secret on how to be shortlisted into the NSCDC. However, we would not be able to write this here. Kindly know that this information is FREE and you are not required to make any form of payment.

If anyone or anybody is asking you for money in other to enlist you into the Nigeria Civil Defence Corps kindly do not pay and label that person as a SCAM. We wouldn’t ask you for money to provide you with the right information.

On this note, the information can only be found here >>> LINK

We have decided not to write this information here for reasons best known to us, Only interested applicants who are not shortlisted into the scheme should follow that link in other not to be left away.


Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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