The Nigerian Army has given a warning to Nigerians that it is not selling forms for recruitment into the 44 Nigerian Army Reference Hospital, Kaduna State.
The warning was given so that candidates do not fall victim to scammers.
In a statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja by its spokesman, Brig.-Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, the Army refuted an advert in circulation that it is recruiting graduate interns into the hospital.
He, however, described the advert in circulation on the purported sales of graduate internship forms for recruitment into the hospital as fake.
Nwachukwu said that the Nigerian Army was not unmindful of the antics of some unscrupulous and fraudulent online merchants, whose stock in trade was to defraud unsuspecting members of the public.
He warned fraudsters to desist from such criminal activities that could adversely affect the image and reputation of the army.
“It is important to state that at present, the Nigerian Army has not put out any advert for sales of forms.
“Consequently, the general public is advised to shun any individual or group using various social media platforms to fraudulently advertise the sales of internship forms for recruitment into 44 NARHK.
“The Nigerian Army wishes to reiterate that all activities relating to graduate internship recruitment into 44 NARHK are usually publicised in the print and broadcast media when the need arises,” he said.