We Are Not Recruiting, Beware Of Internet Fraudsters – FRSC Warns Job Seekers

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, on Wednesday disassociated itself from the recent recruitment exercise on the internet, saying it was the work of fraudsters who are parading themselves as members of the Corps so as to extort money from anxious job seekers.
This was contained in a statement by the Head, Media Relations and
Strategy, of the Commission, Bisi Kazeem.

The statement quoted the Corps Marshall and Chief Executive of the commission, Boboye Oyeyemi, as saying Nigerians should disregard any unauthorized and mischievous exercise as the Commission was presently not recruiting

Describing the situation as disturbing, Kazeem called on Nigerians to ignore the fraudsters who would do any thing to extort money from people.
Kazeem said, ”The general public must understand that the Corps’ recruitment method is an open process that is usually published and broadcast through credible traditional mediums in the categories of television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Corps’ website, facebook page and twitter handle.”‎
According to Kazeem, the Corps information on recruitment exercise would be made available through the following official platforms: www.frsc.gov.ng, www.fb.com/federalroadsafetycorps or @FRSCNigeria on Twitter.

He added that people can reach the commission for any confirmation or clarification on recruitment and other matters on the following toll free lines:122 or 070022553772, 08077690055 and 08077690397.

Kazeem further stated that the general public should disregard any Facebook account on FRSC, adding that any of such account associated with him was fake.