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EFCC clarifies position on fresh recruitment

The Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC, has warned the public to be wary of a fake EFCC recruitment notice circulating on social media. The Commission also disclosed that the application portal associated with the said recruitment notice is fake and the handiwork of some dubious persons.

This was disclosed in a statement issued via the Commission’s verified Twitter handle on Thursday, which urged members of the public to disregard the information and refrain from acting on it.

EFCC wrote: “The attention of the EFCC has been drawn to information circulating in the social media about a purported EFCC Recruitment 2023/2024 Application Portal with a link on how to apply for employment in the Commission.

“The promotional material also urged members of the public to “share to other WhatsApp groups to help others.” The Commission wishes to alert the public that the so-called EFCC Recruitment 2023/2024 Application Portal is fake and the handiwork of some dubious persons who are on to no good.

“The Commission warns the public to disregard the information circulated by the shadowy group and refrain from clicking on the link attached to their message. Information about the Commission’s activities, including job openings, can be obtained from its website, efcc.gov.ng.

Source: dailypost

In other news – Real reason there is naira scarcity – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has attributed the scarcity of the new naira to the hoarding of the notes by Nigerians. CBN’s Director of Consumer Protection, Mrs Rashidat Mongunu, said this on Thursday while monitoring microfinance banks in Offa, Offa Local Government Area of Kwara.

Babagana Monguno

The monitoring team, as reported by NAN, first paid homage to the Olofa of Offa, Oba Mufutau Gbadamosi, before heading to Stockcorp Microfinance and Ibolo Microfinance banks. Learn more

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