The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has come out to caution prospective applicants seeking employment into the service not to pay any money to any person or group of persons.
NIS Comptroller-General, Mr Muhammad Babandede, gave the warning in a statement signed by the service Spokesperson, Mr Sunday James, on Monday in Abuja.
On Monday, the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Nigeria Fire Service, NIS and Nigeria Prisons Service boards announced approval for recruitment.
Babandede has now told applicants to follow instructions given in the advertorials.
He said: “the public is hereby advised to strictly follow the instructions as specified in the advertisement.
“Applicants must shun every request for monetary inducement by any person or group of persons, either in person or through fake online accounts.”
Babandede also urged the public to visit the NIS official online account —www.immigration.gov.ng for further information and clarification.
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