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Nigeria Army Recruitment 2021: The Nigerian Army has officially opened the official Nigerian Army Recruitment portal for 2021 and has started accepting applications from various individuals who want to apply for the Direct Short Service Commission and the Short Service Combatant commission.
This information comes from the Nigeria Army Headquarters, which declared on its official Twitter handle that the official website for the 2021 elections has opened to receive applications from individuals, and that registration would begin immediately.
As a matter of fact, we have been answering some questions regarding the Nigeria Army Recruitment 2021. Some of the questions include;
- Is the Nigeria Army Recruitment Form 2021 Out?
- Is the Nigerian Army Currently Recruiting?
- Is the Nigerian army SSC form out?
- How can I apply for Nigeria Army Recruitment 2021?
Don’t worry, we’ll answer all of your inquiries about the Nigeria Army Recruitment to your satisfaction.
Is the Nigeria Army Recruitment Form 2021 available?
The Nigerian army enlistment form is finally out, according to reports reaching us today. This post will cover everything you need to know about the Nigerian Army’s DSSC and SSC recruitment processes. In reality, the official website will be updated with all of the Nigerian Army Recruitment shortlisted candidates for screening.
Is the Nigerian Army Recruiting Right Now?
The Nigerian Army is now accepting applications from qualified applicants for the Direct Short Service Commission and the Short Service Combatant Commission. Also, please keep in mind that the Nigerian Army Recruitment Form is completely free!
Nigeria Army Recruitment Qualifications
- All applicants must be Nigerian citizens by birth.
- Height must be above 1.68m for male and 1.65m for female
- Applicants must be medically and physically fit for the recruitment
- Applicants must get a criminal conviction(s) from court of law
- All eligible applicants must be between the age of 23 and 27 by January 2021
- Applicant must have a valid birth certificate
- All applicants must have at least a first degree and not less than Second Class Lower Division and HND not less than Lower Credit for arts, sciences or humanities from an accredited institution of learning
- Candidates must submit a Letter of Attestation from their former institution of learning
- All Candidates must not have tattoo write on any part of their body
- Candidates must have an NYSC discharge certificate or a certificate of exemption
- Candidates must not be a member of any cult/secret society/fraternity.
How To Apply For Nigerian Army Recruitment (DSSC & SSC)
- If you be an interested and eligible candidate, visit the official Nigerian Army recruitment portal, and apply online through recruitment.army.mil.ng and select either SSC or DSSC option from the page.
- After that, choose any course you want to qualify for
- Apply for the course and note that the application is totally free of charge
- In filling the Nigerian Army Recruitment Form, the applicants need to upload documents like Passport Photograph, Educational certificates, Evidence of membership any professional body, Certificate of State of Origin, Birth certificate or age declaration.
- Applicants must print out the online generated slip after the application is completed.
- The first slip must be signed by a Registrar of any Court of Law, while the applicants Local Government Chairman/Secretary or any military officer of the rank of Lieutenant Colonel or equivalent and above will sign the second page
- All applications must be submitted before the closing date to avoid rejection.
Closing Date for Nigerian Army Recruitment Forms
The Nigerian Army has yet to release the application deadline for the Nigerian Army recruitment form.
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