The Nigerian Army Shortlist 86rri 2023 is out all applicants who apply for 86 regular should visit https://recruitment.army.mil.ng/darrr/shortlisted
The Nigerian Army has recently released the shortlist for the 86 Regular Recruitment Intake (86RRI) for the year 2023. This announcement comes after a rigorous screening process that began in March 2023, and it marks a significant milestone in the recruitment process.
The 86RRI is a program designed to recruit young Nigerians into the Nigerian Army to serve their country in various capacities. The program is open to both male and female applicants who meet the eligibility criteria.
The shortlisted candidates for the 86RRI are expected to report to their respective states of origin for documentation and biometrics capture from May 15 to May 20, 2023. The documentation and biometrics capture exercise will take place in all the states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The Nigerian Army has urged all shortlisted candidates to come along with their original and photocopies of their credentials, including their National Identity Card, birth certificate, and academic certificates. Candidates are also advised to bring along two recent passport photographs and a printout of their online application form.
During the documentation and biometrics capture exercise, candidates will be required to undergo medical screening, which will include tests for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, and drug abuse. Candidates who test positive for any of these diseases will be disqualified from the recruitment process.
After the documentation and biometrics capture exercise, successful candidates will be invited for training at various locations across Nigeria. The training will last for a period of six months, during which time candidates will undergo rigorous military training aimed at preparing them for service in the Nigerian Army.
The Nigerian Army has emphasized that only candidates who meet the eligibility criteria will be considered for recruitment into the army. Eligible candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 25 years, with a minimum of five credits in SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB at one sitting or six credits at two sittings, including English Language and Mathematics. Candidates must also possess a valid National Identity Card or National Driver’s License at the time of application.
In conclusion, the Nigerian Army’s shortlist for the 86RRI is an exciting development for young Nigerians who have been waiting eagerly for this opportunity to serve their country. The army has urged all shortlisted candidates to come prepared with their credentials and adhere strictly to all instructions given during the documentation and biometrics capture exercise. The army has also reiterated its commitment to recruiting only eligible candidates who meet its strict criteria. Successful candidates can look forward to an intensive six-month training program that will prepare them for service in the Nigerian Army.