The command of the police force in Kogi State has issued a warning to anyone seeking to become a police constable in 2022: be wary of con artists.

The warning was issued on Monday by SP William Ovye Aya, the Kogi Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), during a briefing on the upcoming Computer-Based Test for successful applicants.

“The Kogi State Police Command wishes to inform the general public, particularly applicants of Kogi origin, that the Computer-Based Test to be administered by JAMB has been scheduled to take place from Tuesday 5th – Wednesday 6th March, 2024, across the designated centers released by JAMB. This is in relation to the recent Physical/Credentials Screening Exercise and the ongoing Recruitment Exercise for General Duty positions,” Aya stated.

“The CBT is completely free,” said CP Bethrand C. Onuoha, “but applicants should be wary of job scammers who may try to cheat them.” While thanking the successful candidates, Onuoha emphasized that the recruitment was open to everyone.

He sternly warned that those found engaging in examination malpractice or other violations of the exam’s regulations will face appropriate legal action.

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