The Federal Road Safety Commission has reacted to an online advertisement stating that it is recruiting new staff for the federal government commission.
FRSC Corps Marshall, Boboye Oyeyemi
In an official statement released by its spokesman, Bisi Kazeem on Facebook, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), stated that a purported online job advertisement of the commission is a scam, and dissociated itself from the adverts being placed on certain social media sites.
Here’s the statement in full below;
The Corps’ attention has been drawn to a number of online sites currently advertising application forms for vacant positions at the Federal Road Safety Commission.
Once again , this is to inform members of the public that the Corps is not responsible for any of the advertisements, and expressly disclaim all liability for, extortion of any form arising out of use, in reference to or reliance on any information contained in these sites.
The Corps implores would be applicants and the general public to be patient, avoid desperate moves and also assure you that any recruitment exercise organized by the Federal Government through the Corps will be published in the National Dailies, the website (www.frsc.gov.ng) and on all FRSC social media platforms.
CC Bisi Kazeem
Corps Public Education Officer, FRSC.