ICPC Job Fraud – Applicants in Trouble

ICPC Recruitment and Employment Racketeering

ICPC Job Fraud – Some applicants who applied for the independent corrupt practices and other related offences Commission ICPC are in trouble.

Earlier this year, the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Commission invites qualified applicants for the commission job. Nigerians youth in their great number applied for the job recruitment exercise.

ICPC Job Fraud

Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Commission ICPC has also conducted online screening for all applicants. The job recruitment has four phases of screening which applicants must scale through.

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Any applicants who passed the initial screening phase would face the next screening phase. This is done to bring down the number of applicants to what the actual number of applicants needed for the job.

ICPC Job Fraud – Screening Steps

The screening process of ICPC Job recruitment is still ongoing and could be concluded soon. Every applicants will scale through the four stage of screening before they could get the job.

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ICPC Job Fraud – ICPC Arrest Job Applicants for Presenting Forges Certificate

On Tuesday, the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offenses Commission (ICPC) announced the arrest of ICPC Job seekers who presented forged certificate.

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In a press release made available on the internet by ICPC, the commission press release reads;

” The Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offenses Commission (ICPC) has today arrested some job applicants for Presenting a forged certificates and academic records during the ongoing recruitment interview exercise by the commission.

“Some of the forged documents presented included declaration of age, school certificates, and other documentation that show evidence of tampering. This is contrary to and punishable under section 25 (1) of the corrupt Practices and other related Offences act 2000.

” The suspects have been detained and are being investigated by the commission.”

The suspects would face the law after ICPC has concluded their investigation on the concerned applicants.