Amotekun recruitment form 2020/2021 portal : How to apply for south west security service (salary structure inside)

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Amotekun recruitment form 2020/2021 portal : How to apply for south west security service (salary structure inside)

Do you want to join the newly launched South West states security network popularly known as operation Amotekun? Here are the steps you can take, requirements and information to help you get the forms right away.

Yoruba States’ Police, ‘amotekun’ recruitment 2020/2021

Operation Amotekun’, Is a joint security network among states in South West Nigeria aimed at protecting the region from kidnapping, banditry, rubbery other forms of criminality which peaked in the region which has plaque the region in recent times,hence complimenting the role of the Nigerian police force.

They will work in synergy with the Nigerian police force to make the south west states crime free.

According to the 6 governors that came up with the idea, they argued that the security network will confront crimes and prevent its continuation. We will like you to also note that eration Amotekun will be a two-layer operation which are :

  1. at the central level and
  2. at the local level.
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Operation Amotekun Recruitment Requirements 2020/2021

This are the basic requirements that you need to possess before you can apply for Operation Amotekun:

  1. First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)
  2. Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE)
  3. WAEC, NECO, GCE
  4. NABTEB / A’level
  5. National Diploma (ND)
  6. Higher National Diploma (HND)
  7. Bachelor Degree or it’s equivalent
  8. Birth certificate from church, LGA or hospital
  9. Certificate of identification
  10. Letter of recommendation
  11. Guarantors form to be filled and submitted;
  12. Other supporting documents

Headquarters of Operation Amotekun:

We believe that recruitment form can still be accessed via the following operational headquarters of Operation Amotekun which are as follows:

  • Gbongan,
  • Osun State
  • on the Ibadan-Ile-Ife highway.

Operation Amotekun Salary structure 2020

Although there is a widely publicize monthly pay which was pegged at ₦13,500 however this monthly take home won’t make the men and women of Operation Amotekun put in their best hence the southwest Governors are considering a monthly take home pay of ₦50,000.

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HOW TO APPLY for Operation Amotekun program 2020/2021

For interested applicants who are residing in Ogun, Osun, Lagos, Oyo, Ekiti or Ondo, getting the forms and also enlisting won’t be stressful

Note that: All the traditional rulers and community leaders in the state would be made to sign as guarantors of whoever we want to recruit in their communities.”

Right now the Operation Amotekun portal is yet to be activated for you to start downloading and sending in your application forms.

7 Key Things About Operation Amotekun:

1.Amotekun is the Yoruba word for Leopard. The word “Amotekun” is referred to leopard. If you check the logo of the security network you will notice the inscription of leopard on it.

2.Amotekun seeks to complement the police: Amotekun won’t work in isolation rather it will work with other sisters security agencies like the police force, civil defence etc to fight crime.

3.Amotekun won’t be modelled after the Odua Peoples Congress (OPC) security outfit.most people have cited fear that Amotekun is a rebranded Odua Peoples Congress (OPC) but far from that this is purely a state backed network with approval of the states governors fully committed to the scheme.

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“Zero Tolerance to Crime“ is the motto of Operation Amotekun, in the logo you get to see a leopard’s head which symbolise security for the people of South Western States of Nigeria.

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