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The Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB) has announced its intention to conclude the ongoing recruitment process into the Federal Fire Service (FFS) by June 15, 2024.

Chairman of the Board, Minister of Interior Olubumi Tunji-Ojo, revealed the updated timeline during the Board’s quarterly review meeting with heads of the four paramilitary agencies under its oversight.


Speaking through the Board’s secretary, Ja’afaru Ahmed, Tunji-Ojo emphasized that shortlisted candidates would receive notifications to visit the Board’s portal via email and mobile phone messages.

The minister cautioned the public against responding to social media messages soliciting payment for placement, clarifying that such communications were fraudulent.

Additionally, the Board addressed 118 cases of misconduct involving officers from the four services under its jurisdiction, resulting in appropriate disciplinary actions.

A summary of the cases revealed that 48 officers from the Nigerian Correctional Service, 21 officers from the Nigeria Immigration Service, 12 officers from the Federal Fire Service, and 37 officers from the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps were implicated.

Outcomes included the dismissal of 30 officers, with five others facing dismissal and prosecution.

Furthermore, nine officers were recommended for retirement, 17 for demotion and punishment, and 14 for discharge with commendation letters.

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