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FRSC Warns Public Against False Recruitment Information



FRSC Warns Public Against False Recruitment Information

Regarding fake recruitment information that is making the rounds online, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has released a cautionary statement alerting the public to be cautious of claims that seem too good to be true.

News About Nigeria understands that since April 4, 2024, notices about a purported FRSC recruitment portal for 2024 have been circulating on various online platforms.

The notices claim that the FRSC is recruiting skilled experts and provide instructions on how to apply.

Reacting to this, FRSC Corps Marshal Dauda Biu, through Corps Spokesman Jonas Agwu, said in a statement that the FRSC does not currently have any recruitment processes scheduled or in progress.

In the statement, Biu warned the public to disregard the misleading claims of ongoing recruitment and clarified that the FRSC is not conducting any recruitment at the moment.

“The Corps Marshal, Dauda Biu, wishes to admonish applicants seeking to join the services of the corps, as well as the general public, to disregard the fake and misleading publications,” the statement read.

Agwu also advised people to avoid interacting with fraudulent entities that disseminate false information, stressing that the FRSC will not be held accountable for any consequences from these interactions.

Meanwhile, FRSC announced that its Joint Task Force (JTF) seized about 35 trailers carrying a total of 982 passengers along the Abuja-Kaduna Expressway and in the Bauchi-Maiduguri area last week.

The Corps Public Education Officer, Assistant Corps Marshal Jonas Agwu, noted that the operation was a strategy to combat trailer-related accidents and the practice of transporting people in trailers, adding that the trailers were seized last week.

Agwu also stated that the arrests were perfected within the first week, beginning from March 23 to 30, of its operations on the identified routes.