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The Nigeria Immigration Service, NIS, has advised shortlisted candidates for the CDCFIB Computer-Based Aptitude Test to start checking their email addresses/phones for their Exam Centres notifications as from Midday on Friday.

The NIS wished all shortlisted candidates good luck as they prepare for the Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT).

NIS announced this in a tweet via its Twitter handle on Friday.

“PUBLIC NOTICE,” NIS tweeted.

“All shortlisted candidates for the CDCFIB Computer-Based Aptitude Test are advised to start checking their email addresses/phones for their Exam Centres notifications as from Midday today. Good luck.”

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The Federal Government (FG), through the Ministry of Interior, on Monday, provided an update on the ongoing recruitment into the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) and the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC).

The Ministry informed the public that the CBAT for recruitment into the NIS would hold on December 7.

It also stated that the CBAT for the recruitment for the NSCDC would hold on December 8 across all the 36 States, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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