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Bogus corps agents target job seekers

26 November 2015, 13:09

Abuja - Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has called on job seekers to be aware of the emergence of internet fraudsters masquerading as agents of the corps.

These are said to be on the loose to extort money from the job seekers.

The Head, Media Relations and Strategy, of the Commission, Bisi Kazeem, distanced the corps from such recruitment processes.

“The general public must understand that the Corps’ recruitment method is an open process that is usually published and broadcast through credible traditional mediums in the categories of television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Corps’ website, facebook page and twitter handle,”‎.
Kazeem said.

Also read: No more collection of driver's licence by proxy - FRSC

The corps’ recruitment offers are posted on official platforms as www.frsc.gov.ng,www.fb.com/federalroadsafetycorps or @FRSCNigeria on Twitter.

The corps can be contacted through a toll free line 122 or 070022553772,
08077690055 and 08077690397.

Kazeem dismissed the corps’ purported account on Facebook as fake.

“FRSC, in collaboration with security agencies, is on the trail of these criminal elements,” she said.

- CAJ News

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