Police holds CBT for Deltans October 29, 30

The Computer Based Test (CBT) for indigenes of Delta State, which is part of the recruitment exercise


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Police holds CBT for Deltans October 29, 30
Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Ari Ali


The Computer Based Test (CBT) for indigenes of Delta State, which is part of the recruitment exercise into the Nigeria Police Constables, has been scheduled for Friday and Saturday, October 29 and 30, Fresh Angle International can report.

The exercise, which is a collaboration between Nigerian Police Force, NPF and the Police Service Commission, is expected to be the final stage of the 2020 recruitment exercise Nationwide.

According to a statement made available to This Newspaper today, Monday October 25 and E-signed by the Police Public Relations Officer, Delta State Command, DSP. Bright Edafe, the CBT for Indigenes of the state, which was earlier scheduled to hold at the Delta State E-Library, has been changed to WEST GATE CBT, BY WEMA BANK NNEBISI ROAD, ASABA.

The statement added: “Candidate are advised to note this change in venue, while the date and time remains the same as sent to candidates via SMS.

“While wishing candidates success in the exams, the Delta State Commissioner of Police, has urged them to adhere strictly to all covid-19 protocols, assuring all candidates of adequate security”.



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