Beware of False FRSC Recruitment Claims, Warns Road Safety Authority

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has issued a stern warning to the public regarding deceptive recruitment information circulating online. Amidst claims of a recruitment drive purportedly initiated by the FRSC, the authority clarifies that no such process is underway or planned.

In an official statement released by the Corps Marshal, Dauda Biu, and signed by the corps spokesperson, Jonas Agwu, the FRSC urges individuals to disregard misleading announcements suggesting an ongoing recruitment campaign. The statement emphasizes that the organization is not currently engaged in any recruitment activities.

“The attention of the Federal Road Safety Corps has been drawn to a publication by online platforms misinforming the public about ongoing recruitment of personnel into the services of the corps,” the statement reads.

Corps Marshal Biu underscores the importance of vigilance among potential applicants and the general public, urging them to ignore fraudulent publications disseminating false recruitment information. The FRSC emphasizes that engaging with such misinformation could lead to undesirable consequences, for which the authority will not accept liability.

“The public is hereby warned to desist from any form of engagement with the purported scammers and purveyors of misinformation as the Corps will not be liable should anyone fall victim,” Agwu cautioned.


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