The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) has referred to as on members of the general public to disregard an advert on WhatsApp purportedly looking for to enlist younger Nigerians into the anti-graft company.
EFCC’s Head, Media and Publicity, Mr Wilson Uwujaren in an announcement, on Monday mentioned the viral recruitment submit was the handiwork of fraudsters, NAN studies.
Uwujaren urged aspiring candidates in opposition to falling prey to the rip-off.
“The eye of the EFCC has been drawn to the actions of a gaggle on WhatsApp, devoted to EFCC Recruitment 2020/2021.
“The fee needs to dissociate itself from the actions of the group, which isn’t identified to the EFCC.
“Any publication or advertorial on the contrary within the social or mainstream media can solely be the handiwork of scammers.
“The general public is hereby suggested to be circumspect to keep away from being ensnared by fraudsters,” he mentioned.
Uwujaren identified that adverts for recruitment into the anti-graft company have been normally positioned on mainstream media in addition to the fee’s social media platforms.
He urged members of the general public to disregard fraudulent alert messages purportedly issued by the EFCC Assist Desk Headquarters in Jabi, Abuja.
“Such messages aren’t from the EFCC because the fee has no ‘Assist Desk,’ the spokesman added.
EFCC warns Nigerians in opposition to faux recruitment advert on WhatsApp