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Police Recruitment: Ekiti command announces date for computer-based test

According to the Ekiti State Police Command, indigenes of the state who took part in the physical screening of the 2021 NPF recruiting process will engage in the next step, which is the Computer-Based Test (CBT).

The command stated in a press release dated 14th April, 2022, titled “Re: 2021 Recruitment of Constables into the Nigeria Police Force,” made available to reporters through the Command’s PPRO, Sunday Abutu, that the exercise will take place on Wednesday 20th April, 2022, between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. at the Afe Babalola University CBT Centre, Ado Ekiti.

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All candidates must use their NIN to check their recruitment status on www.policerecuitment.gov.ng and print out their examination sheet.

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The Ekiti State Commissioner of Police, CP Moronkeji Adesina charged all eligible candidates to strictly adhere to the following instructions: “Be at the venue on time, appear in white shirts and white shorts, come along with the printout of their examination slips and NIN, as well as conduct themselves in an orderly manner.”

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He assured them of adequate security throughout the period of the exercise.



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