We want to kindly use this means to clear the news about Nigerian Army 78rri Selection Process that’s Ongoing, and shortlisted candidates for interview and screening as well.
There’s news on different social Media platforms, websites and blogs that’s saying that the 2018 selection process is over, and that names of all successful candidates is out.
We want to use through this medium to cordially inform you properly about the 2018 Nigerian army selection process.
However, we’ve not really had any official news from Nigerian Army selection board about the exert date the recruitment will finally be over.
If you submitted all necessary documents during the online application stage, then there’s every tendency that you’ll be contacted for the next stage of Nigerian army 2018/2019 recruitment.
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When will Nigerian Army 78rri selection Process for 2018/2019 recruitment be over?
Note: Invitation message, mail may be sent across after the selection lists is out.
You’re to note that that, Nigerian army may release the list’s of all selected candidates in a PDF format.
List’s of all Successful Selected Candidates for Nigerian Army 78rri 2018/2019?
If Nigerian Army decides to publish the names of all selected candidates, then you can download the list’s via naportal.com.ng or www.recruitment.army.mil.ng for free.
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