Nigerian Army set screening date for 2021 ’81 Regular Recruit Intake’

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Following the release of successful candidates for its 81 Regular Recruits Intake 2021, the Nigerian Army has fixed a date for the screening exercise.

According to a statement released by the Army on Thursday, the screening exercise is scheduled to commence from 12 – 24 July 2021 in all the 36 states and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

The statement directed all candidates that applied for the 81 Regular Recruits Intake 2021 to visit the Nigerian Army website to check the list of successful candidates.

The shortlisted candidates are advised to report to their respective states of origin for the screening exercise with the following:

a. Original copies of WASCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB Certificate in a file jacket.
b. Trade Test/City Guild Certificate for Tradesmen/Women.
c. Printed Bank Verification Number (BVN) certificate authenticated by a bank.
d. Valid birth certificate as endorsed by the National Population
Commission, hospital, Local Government Council of birth or valid age declaration.
e. Valid certificate of state of origin.
f. WASCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB online scratch card.
g. Completed copies of the printouts from the portal including guarantor forms.
h. 2 pairs each of plain white T-shirts and blue shorts.
i. A pair each of white canvass and white socks.
2. Candidates are to note that any alteration on their documents will render the documents invalid and eventually lead to disqualification.
3. The use of electronic, mobile and recording devices will not be allowed throughout the duration of the exercise.
4. A high standard of discipline is expected from all candidates. Candidates who violate any instructions during the State Recruitment Screening Exercise would be disqualified.
The Nigerian Army, however, cautioned that it shall not be liable for any injuries/death recorded in course of the screening exercise.

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