The Nigerian Army has commenced a fresh recruitment exercise for interested and qualified Nigerians.
According to information made available on the official Twitter handle of the Army on Sunday as obtained by Naija News, the recruitment is for 81 Regular Recruit Intake for both Trades/Non-Tradesmen and women.
The portal will open from Monday 15th February, the statement noted.
The full statement reads: “This is to inform the general public and all interested qualified candidates that the online registration for 81 Regular Recruit Intake for both Trades/Non Tradesmen and women will commence on 15 February, 2021.”
To apply, please click this link https://recruitment.army.mil.ng and follow the instructions.
Meanwhile, Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, on Thursday alleged that military authorities are not interested in end terrorism in the country because they making billions of naira from it.
Gumi who has been having meetings with bandits in an attempt to negotiate with them, stated this while speaking on Arise TV on Thursday.
According to Gumi, the bandits are ready to drop their arms and return to the fold if the Nigerian government will accede to their demands.
He said, “The military is not encouraging matters at all because they are the beneficiaries of this insecurity.”
“Nobody can justify criminality. Criminality is criminality, there is no word that can justify it. But just look at it, IPOB (Indigenous People of Biafra), they never had the Nigerian Airforce bombing them, Niger Delta militants never had the Nigerian Air Force bombing them.”
“The bandits are complaining mostly against the military killing innocent people. They resorted to buying arms. How did they get the arms? They resorted to kidnapping people which is an end result of these military actions.”
“Look, they are ready to drop these arms and return to the fold of the Nigerians just for simple things; schools, hospitals, water.”
“And there is an allegation: the military doesn’t want this conflict to end because of the billions of naira they claim for the fighting insurgency. So the military is not cooperating.
“I praise the police and the Inspector-General of Police. I give him credit for assisting us to go and meet these people, but the military is not forthcoming, they are not cooperating, I don’t know why.”