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NAVY raises alarm over fake recruitment, fraudsters

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Nigerian Navy has raised an alarm over activities of some “unscrupulous” person who parade themselves as naval personnel, with the intent of defrauding unsuspecting members of the public.
A statement by the Acting Director of Information, Navy Captain Suleman Dahun, said such persons also disguised as “military personnel or members of military families to seek for assistance from influential persons in our society.”
“In view of the foregoing, the Nigerian Navy is hereby alerting members of the public and other influential figures in our society not to fall prey to any of the nefarious tactics of the con men and women,” Dahun said.
He also cautioned candidates seeking admission into the Nigerian Navy to be wary of fraudsters, as recruitment into the Nigerian Navy is free of any charges.
“Members of the public are therefore advised to report to the nearest naval unit or the Police any person or group of person demanding for money or gratification to facilitate entry into the Service,” he said.

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