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‘We’re not employing’- Nigerian immigration, NIS releases statement concerning ‘fake employment letters’ going round



‘We’re not employing’- Nigerian immigration releases statement concerning ‘fake employment letters’ going round

The Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS has alerted the public concerning invalid and counterfeited employment letters circulating, falsely attributed to the service.

The NIS made this known in a statement on Thursday by its Public Relations Officer (SPRO), Mr Kenneth Udo, in Abuja.

According to Udo, desperate job seekers would need to be careful so they would not fall victim to fraudsters.

He said that the fraudulent letters falsely claim that the recipients have been offered employment with the NIS.

He said “the Service categorically denies any involvement in this fraudulent scheme and refutes the misinformation being spread on social media platforms regarding an ongoing recruitment/replacement exercise.

“The NIS shall continue to ensure that any unscrupulous elements engaging in this criminality will be made to face the wrath of the law.

“The public is hereby advised to report these scammers to the nearest NIS office or law enforcement agencies.

“The Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment exercise is exclusively advertised through reputable national dailies, television broadcasts, and our official website,

Udo said that the Service was resolutely committed to safeguarding the interest of Nigerians and upholding the integrity of its recruitment processes.

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