Nigerian Navy Releases Names Of 2,850 Candidates For 2016 Recruitment


The Nigerian Navy has released the list of 2, 850 successful candidates for its 2016 Batch 25 Recruitment exercise.

The Exercise was conducted from 15th of August to 12th of September this year at Navy Town in Lagos.

In a statement issued from Naval Headquarters and signed by Commodore Christian Ezekobe, the Navy said: “A total number of 2850 candidates were successful in the exercise. “

However, they are to be trained in two batches (Batch A and Batch B). “While successful candidates in the first batch will commence training on the 6th of November this year, Batch B will commence training on 21st of May, 2017.

“Consequently, candidates who participated in the final selection interview held on the date stated above are advised to log on to Nigerian Navy recruitment portal with effect from Wednesday 19 October 2016. The successful candidates are to check their results and other requirements for their training at the Nigerian Navy Basic Training School Onne, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

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