Gana urged desperate job seekers to beware of fraudsters and desist from patronising online advertisement put up by the scammers.
This was contained in a statement issued by the Corps’ spokesman, Emmanuel Okeh in Abuja.
The statement quoted Gana as warning that those involved in deceiving people for financial gains should desist or face the wrath of the law.
He said, “The Corps is neither recruiting nor replacing as is usually tagged by the scammers.
“Therefore, those who engage themselves in deceiving and misinforming the public for financial gain should desist from such act or face the wrath of the law if caught, for the law is no respecter of anyone.
“We wish to state emphatically that, the corps is not recruiting. The process of recruitment into the corps is not through online, rather, vacancies will be advertised in national dailies when the time comes.
“However, whosoever shows level of desperation and patronises online scammers and falls prey to their antics will face it alone, as the corps will not take responsibility for any illegal and illicit act.”
Last modified on Tuesday, 12 July 2016