The Federal Road Safety Corps has warned Nigerians to beware of fake alerts on recruitment exercise.
In a statement signed by FRSC's Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, the alerts are false, noting that the force had already concluded it's screening exercise on September 12th.
Kazeem thereby urged the general public to ignore such alerts so as not to fall prey to potential fraudsters.
The statement titled 'IGNORE FAKE ALERT ON FRSC RECRUITMENT SCREENING EXERCISE, FRSC WARNS' read:
"The attention of the Federal Road Safety Corps is drawn to the fake news making rounds that the Corps’ recruitment screening exercise will commence from the 24th of September to the 29th of September 2021.
"The Corps, by this medium warns the public to shun all false alert of the screening exercise as the said exercise had already been conducted and concluded from 6th September to 12th September 2021.
"The Corps implores applicants and the general public to avoid desperate moves that might lure them into the snare of these unscrupulous elements, and expressly disown all liability for extortion of any form arising from patronizing these fraudsters, or reliance on any information contained in the social media pages they are using to spread this misinformation.
"Members of the public are hereby enjoined to visit www.frsc.gov.ng, www.facebook.com/FRSCNigeria or www.instagram.com/FRSCNigeria or the National Traffic Radio 107.1 FM for any publication from the FRSC.
The Corps can also be reached through a toll free line 122 for any valid information."