Nigerian Immigration Service Issues Warning On Recruitment

General Salou Djibo, (C), installed as leader of the junta after the February 2010 coup, speaks to the press after voting at a polling station, on March 12, 2011 in Niamey. The people of Niger voted for a new civilian president today in landmark polls that the outgoing head of the military junta said should serve as an example of democracy to the whole of Africa. The run-off pits veteran opposition leader Mahamadou Issoufou, 59, against former prime minister Seini Oumarou, the 60-year-old leader of Tandja’s party.AFP PHOTO SEYLLOU (Photo credit should read SEYLLOU/AFP via Getty Images)

The Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS, has said that no fee is being charged for recruitment as it warned applicants not to patronize fake sites.

This was issued by the Service Public Relations Officer ,SPEO, Mr. Sunday James, on behalf of the Comptroller General, NIS, Mr. Muhammad Babandede.

The warning was issued in reaction to fake websites purporting to belong to the NIS.

“These are fraudsters with the intention of defrauding innocent and unsuspecting Nigerians of their hard-earned money.

“The Service had warned severally and is still warning the public to avoid such fake recruitment offer which is not officially posted on the official NIS website.

“Also, no fee whatsoever is charged for NIS recruitment,” he said.

Babandede added that NIS recruitment will be announced through reputable Nigerian dailies.


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