EXPOSED: How Nigerian Police College Officials Sold Constable Recruitment Slots For N700,000 Each

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They were also denied access to their lawyers and family members.

Twenty-four applicants for constable in the Nigeria Police Force paid N700,000 each to secure the job in the recent nationwide recruitment by the police.

President Muhammadu Buhari had in 2019 approved the recruitment of 10,000 police constables to beef-up security in the country.

IGP Mohammed Adamu

Saharareporters gathered that 24 slots meant for Kano State were sold to some applicants from other states in 2019 by DSP Alakija and Inspector Yerima Augustine at the Nigerian Police Training College, Maiduguri in Borno State.

The applicants unknowingly paid N700,000 each and were shortlisted as constable until Kano State Governor, Umar Ganduje, petitioned the Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed, in July 2020 that the slots meant for the state were sold by the training college officials.

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