The Nigeria Police Force is set to begin screening of about 210,150 shortlisted candidates.
The candidates were shortlisted for recruitment into the constable cadre of the Nigeria Police.
The Police Service Commission fixes July 1, 2019 to July 28, 2019 as the screening date.
The candidates that would participate in the screening exercise had been contacted.
The screening exercise will hold in 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Out of 315,032 applications across the country, the police is expected to recruit 10,000 into the force after the screening exercise.
Out of the 210,150 shortlisted for the screening, 182,926 are males, while 27,224 are females.
According to the spokesman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), Ikechukwu Ani, Niger State had, 12,247, the highest number of applicants shortlisted for screening, followed by Kano with 11,717, and Katsina 11,651, Benue 10,567, Adamawa 10,361, Bauchi, 10,232.
While Lagos State has the least, with 1,305 shortlisted, followed by Bayelsa 1,414, Anambra, 1,415, Eboyi 1,679, and Abia 1,880.
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