Over 3,300 Candidates Sat For NPF Recruitment CBT Exercise

By Murtala Muhammad

Over three thousand three hundred shortlisted candidates into Constable Cadre of the Nigeria Police Force recruitment exercise have sat for the Computer Based Test CBT in Bauchi state.

The CBT was organized by the Nigeria Police Force in collaboration with the Police Service Commission, Federal Character Commission, West African Examination Council and the Bauchi State Government.

Speaking to Radio Nigeria after inspecting the conduct of the exercise in two designated centres in Bauchi metropolis, the State Head of Civil Service, Alhaji Yahuza Adamu Haruna who said the aim was to ensure smooth conduct of the recruitment expressed satisfaction with all modalities put in place.

Alhaji Yahuza Adamu Haruna who commended the candidates for exhibiting high sense of maturity during the exercise, assured the state government’s readiness to ensure that all successful candidates were recruited to strengthen the country’s security apparatus.

He also lauded the two private schools for providing the enabling environment for the CBT which according to him had yielded fruitful results.

Also speaking, the Police Public Relations Officer, Bauchi State Command, SP Ahmed Mohammed Wakil said out of the over seven thousand applicants who indicated interest to join the force, 3330 were found to be eligible and shortlisted for the CBT exercise.

SP Ahmed Wakil who described the exercise as a success, applauded the Inspector General of Police, State Commissioner of Police and all other stakeholders for their support which led to the success of the examination.

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