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NPC Shortlisted Names 2023 (Download in PDF)



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NPC Shortlisted Names 2023 is all set to be released, the Nigeria Population Commission recruitment was embarked upon late last year to help count all Nigerians across the 36 states and the federal capital territory.

The only website to check NPC Shortlisted names is


The Census process is usually conducted once every ten years, and typically massive manpower is often recruited into the scheme to ease the whole process. This year’s census recruitment scheme wouldn’t be an exception.

Those who applied and got shortlisted for the census trial can attest to the fact that the whole process is easy and fun to work, walking from place to place counting and interacting with people.

The NPC Shortlisted names 2023 will contain only the names of those who have met the requirements and fulfilled all the obligations required by the board of the National Population Commission.

I decided to write this article to inform the general public that the NPC Shortlisted names 2023 is not yet out. However, we are expecting to receive information regarding this in the coming days.

Meanwhile, the NPC shortlisted candidates will be compiled and messages will be sent via email only to those who are selected for the scheme.

What’s next after the NPC shortlist is out?

The next thing is that NPC-selected candidates will have to undergo a screening exercise. This exercise will hold in various specified venues across the country. So if you have been able to check the shortlist and found your name, prepare for the screening exercise.

For more information regarding the list of shortlisted names PDF, please kindly reach out to us via our email and we will be glad to help.

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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