Nigerian Army 77 Regular Recruits Exercise Ends February


The Lagos State Government has informed interested indigenes of the State that the online registration for the 77 Regular Recruits Intake screening exercise for Trades/Non-Tradesmen and Women into the Nigerian Army that commenced from 29th of December 2017 will end on the 9th February 2018.

A statement issued from the Office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Mr. Tunji Bello, urged all interested indigenes to apply online through the recruitment portal using a registered username and password.

It explained further that applicants must be Nigerian citizens by birth and possess a National Identity Card with a minimum of four credits, including the English Language in not more than two sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB.

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While noting that those applying as tradesmen/ tradeswomen must also possess OND as well as Trade Test City and Guild Certificate, the statement stressed that all applicants for non-tradesmen/women must be between the ages of 18 – 22 years; tradesmen/women must be between the ages of 18 -26 years by 1st of March 2016 and applicants must also not be less than 1.68metres tall for male and 1.62 for female.

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The statement implored applicants to print a copy of the Application and Guarantor’s Form after online submission because they are expected to take the filled copies of the Application and Guarantor Forms to the designated examination and recruitment centres.

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