Federal Government Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates 2019

Federal Government Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates

Hello, and Welcome to the Federal Government of Nigeria result checking portal. If you participated in the ongoing FGN Recruitment exercise, then this steps on how to check 2019 Federal Government Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates is for you.

The Federal Government of Nigeria – FGN New E-Recruitment Portal is now open for candidates to check the names of successful candidates at NO cost. This is GOOD NEWS as shortlisting of candidates for the next stage of the Recruitment Process begins.

I’ll Show You how to check the names of successful candidates and the required document for physical verification exercise.

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Note: You are advised to check your registered E-mail to ascertain if you have been successfully selected for the SECOND PHASE recruitment exercise if you among those that applied okay.

How to Check Federal Government Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates 2019?

If you participated in the National Directorate of Employment recruitment exercise, then visit the official E-Recruitment Portal → http://www.jobsforall.ng

What’s the next stage after Federal Government List of Shortlisted Candidates is out?

It’s wise to start preparing for the Aptitude Test if you are looking to Join the National Directorate of Employment (NDE).

That why we recommend you obtain a copy of the FGN Past Questions and Answers which will help you score high in the CBT Examination.

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