Nigeria Police recruitment for 2020 recruits started on 14 July and would end after six weeks, and that would be on the 23, August.
In 2019, the Nigeria Police employed 10,000 applicants but it still not clear how many people the are to recruit this year.
Frank Mba, the Force PRO on Wednesday told BBC on how many people the Nigerian Police are planning to employ into the force this year and how the are to select this candidates.
DCP Frank Mba said, that at this stage, he can't say for sure how many slots the have decided to set aside for each state but that his sure that the process of the recruitment will be transparent and fair. That the slots would be shared among states, equally.
"The Federal Character Commission would be watching our process of recruitment to make sure that we followed the correct guideline".
To determine the exact number of people that would be employed, we would have to wait till the close of application portal to enable us know how many people did apply.
He said for the last recruitment, the did employ 10,000 people, but that it's yet unclear how many the would be employing this year due to the coronavirus pandemic that has affected so many things in the country.
Due to the coronavirus, we must make sure that the population are not much at the training school.
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