Married people are not allowed to apply for EFCC jobs

Married people are not allowed to apply for EFCC jobs

Nigeria’s anti-corruption watchdog the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has barred married persons from applying for jobs in its ongoing recruitment. This was made public in a document which has long gone viral.

The document titled, ‘Recruitment of Detective Assistants, Detective Inspectors and Detective Superintendents, which is dated January 15, 2020,’ the EFCC stated that all applicants “must be single.”

Besides the marriage barrier for applicants, there is also the age barrier for most jobs advertised. For detective assistants, the EFCC stated that an applicant must not be more than 21 years old.

The applicant is also expected to posses a Senior Secondary School Certificate and must be single; for those applying to be detective inspectors, the commission stated that an applicant must not be more than 25, must have an NCE or a National Diploma and must be single.

For detective superintendent applicants, an applicant must not be more than 27, must have a first degree, must have completed the National Youth Service Corps programme and must be single.

The EFCC’s sister organization, ICPC does not have the marriage requirement for employment. Follow us on Twitter and on Facebook
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