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Vacancy Ad’s Making The Rounds On Social Media Are Fake – WAEC

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC has distanced itself from a social media post that requested qualified candidates to apply for a few positions available at the organisation.

This information was shared with the general public in a statement made on Saturday, November 12th in Lagos by the council’s head of public affairs unit, Moyosola Adesina.

She described the advertisement as misleading and fake, saying it was the handiwork of fraudsters.

The publication partly read, “WAEC recruitment 2022 portal is currently open for online application. More details on how to apply for the West African Examinations Council recruitment via the WAEC recruitment portal and other related information regarding the recruitment process are on this page. Apply for WAEC jobs here.

“The West African Examinations Council recruitment 2022/2023 has commenced. This web page covers vital areas regarding the WAEC recruitment process and how to log in and fill out the WAEC application form online through the official WAEC recruitment website 2022.”

However, the council, in her statement on Saturday, debunked the recruitment process.

“WAEC wishes to inform its stakeholders and the general public that the advert making the rounds on social media, that the council is recruiting for the year 2022/2023, is false.

“The general public should disregard this advertisement as it is a hoax aimed at exploiting innocent Nigerians, especially desperate job seekers.

“For the purpose of clarity, WAEC will never ask anyone to pay any amount to secure a job on any of its platforms.

“Furthermore, the council publishes its recruitment advertisements only on national dailies and its official website,” Adesina said.

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