The Chairman of the Police Service Commission and former Inspector General of Police, Alhaji Museliu Smith has scored the just concluded Police Constables recruitment aptitude test high.
Alhaji Smith stated this during an Inspection of some exams centres across the South-Western States and expressed satisfaction with the turnout of the applicants and the conduct of the exercise.
He visited Lagos and Abeokuta Centres in Ogun State describing the exercise as generally peaceful, hitch-free, and commendable.
The former Inspector General of Police and Chairman of the Commission said the commission will continue to insist on merit, fairness and respect for the Federal Character principles in all recruitment into the Nigeria Police Force.
Alhaji Smith commended the staff of the Commission for their patriotism and commitment during the exercise and promised that the Commission will continue to uphold the sanctity of the exercise and will not allow it to be diluted.
The aptitude test look place over the weekend across the thirty six states of the Federation and the FCT, which is one of the requirements for the completion of the 2020 recruitment exercise.
Reporting by Emmanuel Ejim, editing by Daniel Adejo.