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Police Begins Fresh Recruitment Process In Anambra, Enugu

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The Zone 13 of the Nigeria Police Force which covers Anambra and Enugu States, has announced the venue and time for both General Duty and Specialist Constable recruitment medical screening in the two states.

This announcement was contained in a statement issued by the Zonal Police Public Relations Officer, SP Josephine Ihunwo which was obtained by The Eastern Updates.

Ihunwo said that prospective candidates from Zone 13 should note that the exercise would take place at Police Hospital, Awka.

She said that the medical screening would commence simultaneously nationwide on Tuesday, April 16, and end on April 30, 2024.

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“Candidates are advised to visit the recruitment portal: https://apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng to know their status, specific time, date and other mandatory requirements.

“So also, qualified applicants are to appear in clean white T-shirt and short with the following requirements;

“National Identity Card/Slip; Print Out of Medical Examination Slip and all necessary documents.

“The Assistant Inspector-General of Police Zone 13 Command, AIG Godwin Aghaulor, wishes all prospective candidates success as they embark on this exercise,” he said.

In another report, the Police Command in Imo State has confirmed the arrest of a notorious armed robbery suspect, Izea John Chukwuebuka, 23, of Asa Community Ohaji, while he was on his way to Alaba International Market, Owerri.

Police spokesman Henry Okoye, in a statement on Friday, disclosed that one locally made pistol and two rounds of live ammunition were recovered from the suspect.

The statement reads: “The suspect who was arrested in a well-coordinated operation with the local vigilantes on April 9, 2024, confessed to having robbed unsuspecting members of the public at Alaba International Market, Douglas Market, Tetlow, and other business areas in the state.

“He admitted that he has a syndicate in Ama Hausa Market, that receives stolen items from him in exchange for monetary gains.

“Meanwhile, efforts are underway to apprehend his syndicates at large, particularly the receivers of stolen items, sellers, and manufacturers of locally made guns.

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