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NIMASA disowns fake recruitment adverts circulating online

The Management of Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has warned against a certain fake website circulating false and misleading information about a non-existent recruitment exercise by the agency for 2021/22.

The agency in a statement at the weekend alerted the public that the said notice & publication are clearly fraudulent and should be ignored.

The statement reads in part; “NIMASA has no association or links whatsoever with such misleading and fraudulent platform or outlet purveying or publishing illegal notifications on matters of employment as there are laid-down procedures in line with the functioning of government agencies on such matters.”

According to it, members of the public are therefore advised to disregard such messages.” The agency hereby, also, cautions websites, blogs and other online platforms against further circulation of any fake NIMASA recruitment advertorials to the unsuspecting public.

“Should the general public require information, the agency’s official website remains the authentic place to visit or call can be made to the NIMASA Stakeholders Experience Contact Centre (MSECC) 01-630 9590,” the statement concluded.

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