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The Police Service Commission (PSC) has shortlisted no fewer than 2,945 applicants in Enugu State for physical screening for the police constable recruitment in the state.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Ebere Amaraizu, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Enugu.

Amaraizu stated that the applicants were drawn from the 17 Local Government Areas in the state.

He said that each applicant must have a written approval from the traditional ruler of his community as well as a police or military officer endorsement.

The police spokesman said that applicants should visit the state Police Command Headquarters, Enugu, or their respective local government headquarters in the state to check their names and dates for physical screening.

“Shortlisted applicants should report to the state Police Headquarters, Enugu, on the day of their physical screening with the original and photocopies of their credentials.

“They should also come with an office file, evidence of invitation letter from PSC, a duly signed guarantor’s form and two recent passport photographs,” he said.

According to him, shortlisted applicants are expected to dress for the exercise in white T-shirt on white knickers.

NAN reports that the week-long exercise, which started on Monday, July 1 will end on July 6, beginning from 7am to 5pm daily.

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