NIGERIA: Army Is Neither Recruiting Nor Commissioning, Says Director Of Public Relations 

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The Nigerian Military has distanced from viral information online, mainly on social platforms crediting it to be selling recruitment forms to general public.

In a press statement signed by its public relations Director, Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman, Monday evening, refutes information circulating social media as “fraudulent syndicate” trying to siphon from the general public.

In his words: “The attention of the Nigerian Army is drawn to activities of a fraudulent syndicate that has placed fake adverts to deceive unsuspecting members of the public on alleged commissioning into the Nigerian Army.”

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“The attention of the Nigerian Army is drawn to activities of a fraudulent syndicate that has placed fake adverts to deceive unsuspecting members of the public on alleged commissioning into the Nigerian Army.

“The group specifically used Facebook and other Social Media platforms to entice interested persons and thereafter solicited for token payments into a certain bank account.

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According to the statement, “The public is please requested to disregard such advertisements on the Social Media as the Nigerian Army is not recruiting at this moment.

He also pleaded to members of the public not to hesitate to report such fraudulent act through Army Call Centre on 193.

“Members of the public are please enjoined to report such fraudulent groups to the nearest security agency or better still, contact the information Nigerian Army Call Centre on 193 using any of the networks.

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