Nigeria Civil Defence recruitment 2020/2021>>>This article is written to inform the general public about all the vital information concerning the civil defense 2020 recruitment exercise they will need.
Majority are out there ignorant about how to apply for the NSDC recruitment or what are the requirement needed for the position.
Those who are seeking for those type of information are ready to act that is why they are here to read more about it.
Well in this article, we won’t hide anything from you rather, we would show you everything you need to know.
Requirement needed for Civil Defence recruitment 2020/2021 Application
- Applicants must be a citizen of Nigeria by birth or by nationalization.
- Applicants must ensure they have all the certificates and qualifications needed.
Any certificate not presented during the recruitment or doing the interview will not be accepted.
- Applicants must be tested in a government hospital and such applicant needs to be tested to be physically fit and mentally fit also.
- Such applicant also has to be free from all sort of illicit drugs after being tested.
- Applicants must forward the medical result tested to the recruitment board.
- Applicants must be of good behavior and should be free from any court case.
- Applicants needs to be well dressed and well spoken.
- Applicants must not be a member of secret cults or drug addict.
- Applicants must be free from all sort of debt or financial embarrassment.
- Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 30.
- Interested applicants for male should ensure they are not below 1.65m while the female applicant should ensure they are not below 1.60m in height.
How To apply for Civil Defence Recruitment 2020/2021 on Portal
- Visit nscdc portal on https://www.cdfpb.careers
- Find all accessible jobs and choose the one you want to apply for.
- Fill all the online application form accurately and review it before you submit. Then follow all the extra instruction needed.
Brief history About Nigeria Civil defense
It has been established for quite some time now, it was established by our federal government.
During the civil war, government used them and we all know how deadly the civil war is. The civil war took a lot of life and it takes the grace of God and the effort of the civil defense and soldiers to stop the civil war.
They are well trained for this kind of thing. In the olden days,they don’t make use of guns but nowadays they make use of gun. They are another parastatals different from the police.
They are well trained to protect civilians also they are well trained with the usage of knives and sharp object.
They can also fight using their fist. They know how to arrest prisoners physically. The morale is there for them.
The NSCDC was incorporated on May 23, 1967, during the Nigerian Civil War. Then, it was initially referred to as the Lagos Civil Defence Committee charged with the fundamental responsibility of precaution during the Civil War.
However, the Charter of April 6, 1968, made it possible for states that wished to establish the Corps within their jurisdiction to do so.
However, the promulgation of the Act known as NSCDC Act No. 2 of 2003 and amended by Act 6 of June 4, 2007, makes the Corps a full-fledged paramilitary outfit of the government under the then Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs, it is presently called Ministry of Interior, and because of this latest development, they have some roles they need to tend to.
Some of the constitutional roles of NSCDC as contained in the establishing Act (as amended) are to:
1. Assist in the maintenance of peace and order and in the protection and rescuing of the civil population during periods of emergency.
2. Recommend to the minister the registration of private guard companies.
3. From time to time, inspect the premises of private guard companies, their training facilities and approve the same if it is up to standard.
4. Supervise and monitor the activities of all private guard companies and keep a register for that purpose:
(a) Periodically, organise workshops and training courses for private guard companies.
(b) Seal up any existing private companies which operates without the access to operate.
5. Maintain 24-hour surveillance over infrastructures, site and projects for the federal, state and local governments:
(a) Enter and search any premises and seize any material suspected to have been used in vandalisation or the suspected process of vandalisation.
(b) Enter and search premises of any suspected illegal dealer in petroleum products or material used by the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, postal services, Nigeria telecommunications or for any other public utility or infrastructure.
6. Have power to arrest with or without a warrant, detain, investigate and institute legal proceedings by or in the name of the attorney general of the Federal Republic of Nigeria against any person who is reasonably suspected to have committed an offence under the Act or is involved in any:
(a) Criminal activity.
(b) Chemical poison or oil spillage, nuclear waste and poisoning.
(c) Industry espionage or fraud
(d) Activity aimed at frustrating any government programme or policy.
(e) Riot, civil disorder, revolt, strike or religious unrest.
(f ) Power transmission line, or oil pipelines.
7. Monitor the activities of religious bodies and trade associations.
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