Over 300,000 Apply for Just 750 Vacancies at EFCC

The body that is responsible for Economic and Financial Crimes  (EFCC) has revealedthat more than 300,000 applications were received for the 750 positions recently advertised by the commission.

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Osita Nwaja, the director of public affairs of the economic and economic Crimes commission (EFCC), has announced in Enugu that extra than 300,000 applications have been acquired for the 750 positions currently advertised through the anti-graft organization.

Nwaja who disclosed that the recruitment became segmented and that the first section of the exercising is finishing on June 26, stated: “We had greater than 300,000 applicants that applied for the 750 positions, which can be in 3 cadres: junior, middle and senior.

“we are considering an entire lot of junior staff so that they’ll grow inside the machine. The standards had been nicely spelled out and those that met them wrote the exam.”

Nwaja stated via the recruitment, EFCC had moved to enhance its ranks in view of the arduous challenge of combating corruption. “The fight towards corruption is fundamental to the entirety we do in this united states. it’s far a combat we cannot have enough money to lose.

“We ought to keep on recruiting foot squaddies to fulfill our objective as it’s miles geared closer to the path of making Nigeria extra.”

He brought that despite the fact that the commission might no longer fail Nigerians, it desires all the help it could get from the general public. “We can’t try this on my own and this is why we are usually achieving out to the media.

“we have observed in NAN a veritable best friend on this project of curtailing corruption in the country. We want to leverage for your extensive reach, credibility and accessibility to attain our mandate.

“a variety of work is going on on the zonal workplace of our commission. If this combat against corruption must be received, all Nigerians and institutions should be a part of as this impacts the not unusual man,” he concluded.

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