FAAN dispels reports of recruitment exercise

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has once again refuted recent reports of recruitment exercise in the Authority, published in some sections of both the traditional and social media, describing such reports as false and misleading and should therefore be disregarded.

A statement signed by its General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Yakubu Dati said the last recruitment exercise in the Authority took place between March and May, 2015 to recruit officers into the Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Service(ARFFS), Aviation Security(AVSEC) and Information  Communication Technology departments which had shortage of professional staff. The  exercise was concluded in May, 2015.
It further said that at the appropriate time, the Authority will invite successful candidates during that exercise, for mandatory training before deployment to various airports across the country.
FAAN through the statement emphasised that no recruitment exercise is taking place at the moment, adding that the Authority is aware that fraudulent recruitment agents and questionable recruitment websites are deceiving and in some cases, duping unsuspecting applicants by giving out misleading information about an ongoing recruitment exercise in FAAN.
It therefore warned job seekers that the only and authentic website that belongs to the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria is www.faan.gov.ng.


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