As applicants prepare for the physical screening of Lagos State indigenes who applied for employment into the Nigeria Police Force as Constables, a schedule of interview dates for candidates according to their respective local governments has been released.
A statement issued today by the Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command, SP Bala Elkana stated that the exercise would commence on Monday, August 24, 2020, with the screening of Lagos indigenes from Agege and Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Governments.
According to the release, the screening will continue at the Police College, Ikeja for indigenes throughout the week as follows – Tuesday, August 25th for Alimosho and Amuwo-Odofin Local Governments; Wednesday, August 26th for Apapa and Badagry Local Governments; Thursday, August 27th for Epe and Eti-Osa Local Governments; Friday, August 28th for Ibeju-Lekki Local Government and on Saturday 29th for Ifako-Ijaiye Local Government.
The exercise will continue the following week on Monday, August 31, 2020, with a screening of indigenes from Ikeja and Ikorodu Local Governments while on Tuesday, September 1, candidates from Kosofe and Lagos-Island Local Governments will take their turn for the interview sessions.
Elkana stated that applicants from Lagos Mainland and Mushin Local Governments would undergo physical screening on Wednesday, September 2nd; Ojo and Oshodi-Isolo Local Governments are scheduled for Thursday, September 3rd and Somolu Local Government for Friday, August 4th. The last batch of applicants from Surulere Local Government will be interviewed on Saturday, August 5th, 2020.
The Police PRO reiterated that applicants must report at the screening venue, Police College, Ikeja, by 8a.m on dates indicated against their various Local Government Areas with their National Identity Number (NIN); original and duplicate copies of credentials as well as a printout of their Application Profile page.