NPC Recruitment SCAM email & Website Portal Exposed (Do Not Apply from This Login)


For those seeking information on the NPC Recruitment Scam, I have something that may be of use to you.

Recently, a recruitment scam involving the National Population Commission (NPC) has been making rounds on social media. A supposed recruitment portal, allegedly linked to the NPC, has been widely shared across various platforms.

The NPC has categorically denounced this portal as a scam and urged the public to disregard any information disseminated through it.

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The NPC Recruitment Scam Methods

The NPC Recruitment Scam involves a fake recruitment portal that is being circulated on various social media platforms.

The portal invites Nigerians to apply for employment for the Trial Census and the 2023 Census. However, the NPC has stated that this information is false and misleading.

NPC’s Stand Concerning The Ongoing Scam

The NPC has distanced itself from the fraudulent portal and clarified that its official recruitment portal for the ongoing Trial Census is no longer active. The recruitment process for this exercise has already been completed.

The NPC remains committed to maintaining transparency in all activities related to the 2023 Census, including the recruitment of ad hoc staff. All official communications from the Commission will be disseminated through its official channels, which include media advertisements, the NPC website, and verified social media platforms.

NPC Warning to Fraudsters

The NPC is taking proactive steps to identify those behind the deceptive recruitment site. Fraudsters are warned to cease these activities as the Commission will not hesitate to enforce legal actions against those found guilty.


Job seekers are advised to be vigilant and cautious when applying for jobs online. It’s important to verify the authenticity of job advertisements and recruitment portals before providing personal information. Remember, if an offer seems too good to be true, it probably is. Stay safe!


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