How to Check NNPC Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is one of the most desired place any graduates will love to work. So many benefits!

The agency’s recruitment attracts millions of applications showing interests on various positions.

Once NNPC application closes the next stage is announcing “Shortlisted Candidates” that will be going for the excesses for final sections. Of course, all agencies does this, more especially where there is much application, applicants will have to be screened thoroughly.

Remember during the NNPC Recruitment registration Your Email address, names phone number and more where asked.


How to Know When NNPC Selects You

Once you have been selected you’ll be contacted by email with notification through SMS. This was as well stated on the official page. See image below;

This is a screenshot from the NNPC official website

That is to say;

  • first an SMS notification asking you to go check your email
  • and in your email will be the congratulatory or further steps and tasks ahead you for the job.

How to Identify Fake Messages

At this point, you may start receiving funny messages from scammers. It’s called “PUSH MESSAGE”. Funny enough they also send messages to those who never applied for any NNPC job position. Don’t think you are the only person getting such message.

But if you can recall, that The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) during its recruitment excesses NEVER ask for money, application was free, form was free, it has to be an online job application method.

So we ugh you to be smart and at alert, because some of the fake messages may be asking for money.

Another way is that they may ask you to call a particular phone number. Please note that NNPC is too busy to do that!

NNPC will never call you!

Please do you know there where millions of applicants? at hundreds or thousands will be accepted, so where and how do you expect NNPC to start calling?

This is digital world, gone are those days you go standing in queue to get or submit an application form.

In fact, some non-government employment agencies now do live-video calling interviews. Our government will get there.

In Conclusion

Make sure you keep your phone well. And, always check your email address. No NNPC recruitment team will call you or ask you to call or even ask for money. Any of such is a scam!

But expect to receive a message from NNPC once you’re selected.