NSCDC Recruitment Portal for Nigeria Civil Defence Corps Recruitment.

If you are searching for the Nigeria civil defence corps latest recruitment information, then you are at the right place.

Here, we will be providing you with the up to date and correct info on available vacancies, application period, salary structure and application procedure on the nscdc recruitment portal www.nscdc.gov.ng/recruitment 2018. Get full details below.

Note: At the time of this publication, the NSCDC is NOT RECRUITING! We will inform you here as soon as recruitment is officially approved for the year 2018.

Brief History of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps.

NSCDC is a para-military agency of the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria that is commissioned to provide measures against threat and any form of attack or disaster against the nation and its citizenry. The corps is statutorily empowered by lay Act No. 2 of 2003 and amended by Act 6 of 4th June 2007.

The Corps is empowered to institute legal proceedings by or in then and of the Attorney General of the Federation in accordance with the provisions of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria against any person or persons suspected to have committed an offence, maintain an armed squad in order to bear fire arms among others to strengthen the corps in the discharge of its statutory duties

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps was first introduced in May 1967 during the Nigerian Civil War within the then Federal Capital Territory of Lagos for the purpose of sensitization and protection of the civil populace. It was then known as Lagos Civil Defence Committee.

It later metamorphosed into the present day Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps in 1970. On inception, the Corps had the objective of carrying out some educational and enlightenment campaigns in and around the Federal Capital of Lagos to sensitize members of the civil populace on enemy attacks and how to save themselves from danger as most Nigerians living in and around Lagos territory then had little or no knowledge about war and its implications. Members of the Committee deemed it important to educate through electronic and print media on how to guide themselves during air raids, bomb attacks, identify bombs and how to dive into trenches during bomb blast.

In 1984, the Corps was transformed into a National security outfit and in 1988, there was a major re-structuring of the Corps that led to the establishment of Commands throughout the Federation, including Abuja, and the addition of special functions by the Federal Government.
On 28th June 2003, an Act to give statutory backing to the NSCDC passed by the National Assembly was signed into law by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, GCFR, the former president and Commander in chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Nigeria Civil Defence Rank and Salary Structure.

Nigeria Civil Defence NSDC Rank Salary structure

10 Comments
  1. Suleiman salihu 5 years ago

    notify me immediately for the recruitment

  2. Imagbenikaro Evbaziegbere 5 years ago

    Please inform me when the form is out and provide me help on how to apply

  3. Imagbenikaro Evbaziegbere 5 years ago

    Please update me when the form is out and provide me help on how to apply

  4. Muhammed Abubakar saleh 5 years ago

    please kindly notify me when the portal is ready. thank u for ur daily’s patronage

  5. Jilani Nasiru Yakasai 5 years ago

    I really like this job

  6. adebayo olawale 5 years ago

    Please sir,notify me when the form I out. thank

  7. Okafor Chinecherem 5 years ago

    Please notify me once the recruitment starts

  8. Blessing uche 5 years ago

    I will be glad Idi join

  9. Blessing uche 5 years ago

    Pls keep me posted on the date

  10. Isaac Olamide 5 years ago

    Am interested and would appreciate if contacted when the form is out.

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