ICPC Recruitment 2022/2023 Application Registration Portal. See recruitment form, application portal, requirements and how to apply for the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission Recruitment 2022 and every details about ICPC Recruitment 2022 which you need to know
ICPC Recruitment 2023/2024 Application Registration
Those interested can now apply through the ICPC recruitment portal, which is available at www.ICPC .gov.ng. Through the official recruitment portal, you can obtain the ICPC application.
The Independent Corrupt Practices Commission has openings for both degrees- and non-degree-holders. An active email account, your phone number, and the necessary credentials are all you need to apply.
Application Requirements for ICPC Recruitment 2022/2023
The following requirements should be taken into consideration by any interested candidates.
|Minimum Height of Applicants (Male)||1.65|
|Minimum Height of Applicants (Female)||1.60|
|Education Qualifications||WAEC or NECO Result Minimum of 5 Credits|
All applicants must possess a legitimate form of identification, such as a driver’s license, National Identification Card, passport, voter identification card, or NIN number.
ICPC Job recruitment 2022/2023 Positions/Vacancies
- Assistant Director- (Ref.001)
- Principal Officer- (Ref002)
- Senior Officer- (Ref.003)
- Officer 1- (Ref.004)
- Officer 2- (Ref.005)
- Senior Executive Officer- (Ref.006)
- Executive Officer- (Ref.007)
How to Apply for 2022/2023 ICPC Recruitment
To apply, take the following actions:
Visit the official recruitment website of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission at www.icpc.gov.ng.
Pick a job that best suits you.
Enter your email address to register, then adhere to the instructions.
Give all pertinent information
Once your registration is successful, print it out.
What you need to know about ICPC
The swearing-in of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo on 29 May 1999, as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces was a political watershed for Nigeria after several years of military rule and it marked a new dawn for Nigeria in more ways than one, not least in the fight against corruption.
At the time the civilian administration came into power, corruption in Nigeria had indeed become a full blown cancer. In 1999, Transparency International Corruption Perception Index rated Nigeria the second most corrupt nation in the world.