From Teryima Ajijah, Jos
The Industrial Training Fund (ITF), has cautioned members of the public to be wary of an on-going fraudulent recruitment website, claiming to have been engaged by ITF management to recruit staff on its behalf.
A press release issued in Jos, Plateau state by the Acting Director, Public Affairs Department, Mrs Suleyol Fred Chagu and obtained by The Voice recently, advised the public not to patronise the said website, because it’s fake.
“It has come to our (ITF) notice that a website: www.recruitmentbeam.com.ng/itf-recruitment/ has placed an advert notifying the General Public of “ITF Recruitment 2021/2022 application portal,” said the statement.
It added that the ITF is not carrying out recruitment exercise at the moment.
It reads in part: “The Industrial Training Fund wishes to state that it did not engage the services of www.recruitmentbeam.com.ng/itf-recruitment to advertise any vacancies in the Industrial Training Fund nor is it currently recruiting. “The General Public and all our clients are by this notice, hereby, advised to be wary of fraudulent persons and or groups who are involved in defrauding members of the public.”
The statement reiterated that, when the ITF plans to recruit, it will be in line with the extant Federal Civil Service Commission’s regulations guiding the operations of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), which are strictly adhered to by the ITF, that all vacancies shall be advertised.
The Voice gathered that, some prospective candidates have already fallen prey to the fraudulent group.
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