FRSC refutes fake recruitment notice circulating online


On Sunday, the Federal Road Safety Corps issued a warning about bogus recruitment information that was circulating online.

The notice for the bogus recruitment, which has been circulating online since April 4, 2024, states, “FRSC Recruitment Portal 2024: The Federal Road Safety Corps is seeking skilled professionals who have expertise and a desire to work with the organisation. Continue reading to learn more about the Federal Road Safety Corps’ recruitment portal requirements and how to apply.

However, the Corps Marshal FRSC, Dauda Biu, in a statement signed by the corps spokesperson, Jonas Agwu, advised the public to dismiss the false allegations of an ongoing recruitment, explaining that no recruiting processes are currently happening or planned.

The statement added, “The Federal Road Safety Corps has been alerted to a publication by online platforms that misinforms the public on ongoing recruiting into the corps’ services.

“This medium is to let the public know that the corps is presently not recruiting, neither is there any ongoing arrangement to that effect.

“The Corps Marshal, Dauda Biu, wishes to admonish applicants seeking to join the services of the corps, as well as the general public, to disregard the fake and misleading publications.”

He noted that the notice served as a warning for individuals to refrain from engaging with fraudulent entities spreading misinformation, as the corps will not be held responsible for any consequences resulting from such interactions.

“The public is hereby warned to desist from any form of engagement with the purported scammers and purveyors of misinformation as the Corps will not be liable should anyone fall victim,” Agwu warned.