SECURITY SOCIETY GIST TRENDING “IMMIGRATION JOBS ARE NOT FOR SALE” BABANDEDE WARNS JOB SEEKERS By Admin Posted on May 7, 2021 2 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), has issued a stern warning to job seekers to stop paying money out of desperation to anyone for employment slots in the agency. He issued the warning during a press conference in Abuja to announce the various locations across the country where the agency’s recruitment Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT) will be held on Monday. Babandede expressed concern that, despite the agency’s zero-tolerance for corruption, some officers have been found guilty of extorting desperate job seekers to the tune of millions of naira. “Immigration jobs are not for sale, and we have arrested many people for fraudulent activities and deception in our recruitment,” Babandede said. The CG warned that “anyone who has asked you for money in relation to recruitment before or now, send his name to us through our SERVICOM site.” “There are so many fake websites claiming to be ours, but ours is the one that ends with.gov.ng, so you must be extremely cautious and stop being so desperate for jobs that you get duped.” He said the 2019/2020 recruitment process, which had been halted due to Covid-19 issues, had been completely resumed and that the second round of interviews, known as a CBAT, will begin on Monday in six locations across the geopolitical zones. South-West, Lagos, North-East, Bauchi, North-West, Kano, and Nitsa are the areas and locations. Others include Orlu in the south and Minna in the north.