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Link to Check Nigeria Police Shortlist for SSCE Holders (General Duty)

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The Nigeria Police Force has shortlisted about 315,065 applicants who applied for the general duty category. This statement was released early on Thursday through Ikechukwu Ani, Head of press and Public Relations of the NPF.

To know if you have been shortlisted, kindly check your email address for any message from the Board, meanwhile, you can also visit the Nigeria Police official portal at: https://apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng/ssce-list

According to his statement at the corporate headquarters of the Police Service Commission in Jabi, Abuja, “At the close of the recruitment portal early this month, 416,270 Nigerian youths were found to have satisfied the initial requirements for the next stage of the exercise”

The Board has further directed that candidates invited for the screening exercise are expected to come with original copies of their certificates and other credentials, including letters of attestation from their local government chairmen and/or their traditional rulers.


You can visit this link to download the Nigeria Police Force Guarantor Form in case you have not yet gotten it.

Other states with the highest number of successful applicants are Kano, 21,006; Niger, 17,959; Gombe, 17,493; Yobe, 17,207; Nasarawa, 16,284; Jigawa, 16,007; Taraba, 15,622; Plateau, 15,389; and Kebbi, 12,917.”

It said Anambra State, with 1,141, has the fewest successful applicants nationwide, followed by Ebonyi, with 1,537; Lagos, with 1,775; and Abia, with 2,110.

The statement also warned successful candidates to be wary of fraudsters, stressing that the entire recruitment exercise is free and will be based on merit and performance.



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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