Good news for job seekers as the Nigerian Army, on Wednesday announced commencement of the 2019 recruitment process. Acting Military Secretary (Army), Brigadier General Gabriel Ochigbano, made the announcement in a statement saying applicants are to do only one registration. The statement states in part:
“This exercise closes 28th September, 2019. Application commences today 14th August 2019. Any application prior to this date is void.”
SEE HOW TO APPLY:
– Log on to www.nigerianarmyms.ng to create an account.
– Read the qualification criteria.
– From the home page, select DSSC application.
– On successful registration, you will receive an email notification containing your login details.
– Click on ‘Login’ to complete the application form.
– Ensure all required documents listed below are uploaded:
– Passport photograph.
– Educational certificates.
– Evidence of membership of any professional body.
– Certificate of state of origin.
– Birth certificate or age declaration.
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– Applicants must print out their online generated photo-slip on completion of their application.
– The first page is to be signed by the Registrar of Court of Law while the second page is to be signed by the applicants’ Local Government Chairman/Secretary or any military officer of the rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent and above who hails from his/her state.
The statement added that successful applicants would be required to present their printed photo-slips to the selection board during interview.
Best of luck!
Tags: Brigadier General Gabriel Ochigbano, Nigerian army recruitment
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