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Army Releases List of Successful Candidates for DSSC Course

The Nigerian Army announced on Wednesday, May 1 that it has published the list of successful candidates for Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Course 28/2024.

According to its statement on X, the complete list of successful candidates can be accessed by visiting the official website of the Nigerian Army.

It added that Officer Cadet training is scheduled to commence on May 10, 2024, at the NDA, Afaka, Kaduna.

Furthermore, the Nigerian Army has issued general Instructions for the next phase of the exercise which are as follows:

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  1. Candidates are required to report to NDA, Afaka, Kaduna, and bring along the following items:

– Original credentials, including an online printout displaying the candidate’s passport photograph(s).
– Four copies of 5×7 coloured photographs in a suit and full standing position without cap/hat.
– Two pairs each of unmarked white round-neck vests and navy blue shorts (without stripes).
– Two pairs of pure white canvas/trainers (rubber type NOT acceptable).
– Two pairs each of unmarked maroon round-neck vests and navy blue tracksuits (without stripes).
– Two white shirts, one blue shirt, a black tie, and a black belt.
– Four pairs of white socks and two pairs of black socks.
– Two pairs of national dress or suit and casual wear.
– One wristwatch.
– A pair of black-laced shoes.
– Swimming trunk.
– Two white bed sheets and pillowcases.
– One blanket (grey or army green colour).
– Two sets of cutlery.
– One pressing iron.
– Toiletries.

  1. Female candidates are also required to bring along the following items:

– One pair of black low-heel cover shoes.
– Two black lounge suits.
– A pair of trouser suit.
– Two black shorts (tights).

  1. Serving military personnel are required to bring along release letters and passes from their commanders/commanding officers.

  2. Successful candidates who fail to report on the aforementioned date will forfeit their vacancies to candidates on the reserve list.

  3. Reserve candidates are not to report to NDA but will be contacted if vacancies arise.

  4. There will be no vacancies for reserve candidates after May 31, 2024.

 

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