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COVID-19 forces Nigerian Navy to suspend recruitment exercise

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The Nigerian Navy on Tuesday suspended its 2020 recruitment exercise in response to national concerns.

The Force has consequently deactivated its recruitment portal.

The Nigerian Navy launched the recruitment exercise on March 10 and instructed interested applicants to apply through the portal –

A statement issued signed by the Nigerian Navy Director of Information, Commodore Suleman Dahun, said the Force has been forced to halt the process because of the coronavirus pandemic that had infected 44 people in the country.

The statement read:” The Nigerian Navy wishes to inform the general public and prospective applicants that its 2020 recruitment exercise has been put on hold till further notice in response to national concerns.

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“Consequently, the online registration for the 2020 recruitment has been suspended and the recruitment portal deactivated with immediate effect.”

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