Application from Osun demands NSCDC, NIS recruitment investigation


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It has been requested that the Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board look into how Osun State residents were selected as successful applicants in the recently completed recruitment for the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps and the Nigeria Immigration Service.

Israel Omiranti, the coordinator for the about 170 Osun State applicants, claimed in a conversation with our correspondent in Osogbo that after registering and going through other procedures for the recruitment into the Immigration and Civil Defense, none of the applicants ended up being considered for the position.

He claims that despite fulfilling all recruitment requirements, the impacted applicants were shocked to hear that certain individuals had been shortlisted from the state without following the proper procedures.

On behalf of more than 170 applicants who submitted applications for various positions,

The candidates, according to Omiranti, had written to the state governor, Ademola Adeleke, to express their outrage and request his assistance to stop the unfairness in the state’s shortlisting of successful applications.

“We are writing to draw your attention to a matter of great concern regarding the recent recruitment process conducted by the Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board in our dear state, Osun nationwide,” the letter’s opening line stated in part.

“We are disappointed to learn that, despite meeting all conditions, none of us was deemed successful. We studied hard, passed the test, and then went to Ibadan Zone F for the physical examination and certificate verification.

To our surprise, none of the applicants from Osun State were found to be qualified for the posts we had applied for. The issues raised by this egregious disregard for the rights and capabilities of Osun State applicants.

serious questions regarding the fairness of the hiring process.

“Your Excellency, we kindly request that you thoroughly investigate this case. To make sure that justice is done and the hiring process is carried out in a fair and transparent manner, we are asking for your help.


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