Nigerian Federal Fire Service Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates 2018: This is to inform all candidates who participated in the Federal Fire Service (FFS) 2018 recruitment exercise that the list of successfully selected applicants has been released. The Nigerian Federal Fire Service Shortlisted Candidate 2018 for Screening Interview will be communicated via the E-mail used during registration and on the FFS official portal.
According to the commission: The attention of the Federal Fire Service has been drawn to the false and misleading rumors circulating over the Social Media regarding the Federal Fire Service Shortlisted Candidates 2018 for the pre-screening exercise in all 36 states in Nigeria, we hereby call on the general public to disregard this information as NO such advertisement emanated from the Agency.
To ascertain if the Federal Fire Service recruitment list is out, reach out to the FFS official website on (fedfire.gov.ng) or visit this page for we shall update immediately the Fire Service 2018 Recruitment Lists has been released online.
How to Check Nigerian Federal Fire Service Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates 2018
Follow the guidelines provided below to check if your name is among the FFS recruitment 2018 shortlisted candidates.
- Visit the Fire Service official Portal on http://fedfire.gov.ng/rportal/welcome/auth
- Enter your Name and the State of Origin to check the list and screening date
- Proceed to click the Verify Status button to confirm if you are selected.
Note: The Federal Fire Service (FFS) has advised candidates to frequently check the email used during the registration exercise for updates on the Zonal Screening date and Interview for shortlisted candidates.
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