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The Nigerian NAVY Recruitment 2020/2021
The Nigeria Navy is a division of Nigerian Armed Forces. This force is part of the biggest forces in the African Continent which is made up of thousands of personnel plus those of the coast guard. The Nigerian Navy was formed from the Nigerian marine after the amalgamation of the southern and northern protectorate in 1914.
Then, their function was basically to be in charge of the ports and harbours, channel dredging, lighting and voyage. In 1959 July, the Nigerian Naval Force was changed and permitted to function as a naval force. As a result, Queen Elizabeth II allows the force to be called ” The Royal Nigerian Navy”. The name was finally changed to “The Nigerian Navy” which its called today after Nigeria becomes a republic state in 1963.
FUNCTIONS OF NIGERIAN NAVY
This aspect of the Armed forces is created to fill some vacuum in the Nation’s security and part of them include;
1. Defence Against Foreign Attacks:
It is quite obvious that the primary function of any nation’s Navy is to defend and ensure the safety of her country. In the same scenario, the main function of the Nigerian Navy is to protect the Nigerian country against any threat within its territory.
Nigeria is blessed with large bodies of water and this form her boundaries, of which pirates, militants can launch an attack through those water channels. The Nigeria Navy, therefore, protect the nation from such attacks. Based on this responsibility, the Navies generally are termed “the water Armies”.
2. Cost Guard Duties
Under the cost guard duties, the Nigerian Navy perform the following roles;
- Enforcement of regulations and laws concerning customs.
- Train other men what they need to know before joining the force.
3. Military Responsibility
They join forces with other military units form a larger force projection and ensure the balance of power.
Nigerian Navy recruitment requirements 2020/2021:
Here are the requirements listed on the Nigerian Navy recruitment portal:
- All applicant should be between 18 – 22 or 18 and 26 Years for those with ND, NCE, Nurses and Motor Transport Department (MTD) respectively
- This position is open for applicant who are either O Level or OND holders.
- Your first school leaving certificate is required.
- You must be physically and mentally sound.
- You should be a Nigerian citizen
- For all Male applicants you must not be shorter than 1.68 meters while the female applicants must not stand at a height below 1.65 meters.
- You should be single.
- If you have gone for an orthopedic surgery please don’t apply.
- If you have been convicted in a court of law please don’t apply.
- Ladies who are pregnant please don’t apply.
- All certificates presented must be in their original form.
As at today being 15th July 2020, The Nigerian Navy recruitment form is out.start applying now.
How to Apply For the Nigerian Navy Recruitment online
- Log onto https://www.joinnigeriannavy.com/ when the portal opens up, click on register.
- The Nigerian Navy will like you to read all information carefully.
- Create an account using a valid email address. You should verify this email address.
- Login back to access the Nigerian Navy recruitment form.
- Fill up your bio data correctly and also upload all scanned copies of your documents.
- Submit your application form and print the following documents :Parent/Guardian Consent Form, Local Government Attestation Form, Police Certification Form, and Guarantor Form.
Shortlisted Candidates for the Nigerian Navy 2020/2021 Recruitment Interview
All applicants who were able to find their names on the Nigerian Navy list of successful candidates should note that an aptitude test and an interview will be held sooner and all candidates must participate in this NN interview at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School Ojo (Navy Town), LAGOS. We are going to update you guys on the possible date.
How will the Nigerian Navy interview be like?
All candidate will undergo a compulsory screening of which their credentials or certificates and all documents will be screened carefully.
After undergoing the screening, you will still be subjected to a medical test and also an exam. All this types of screening we just mentioned comes in stages and you must exercise extreme patience.
Items to come with on the day of your screening are:
- Originals and photocopies of their credentials.
- Originals and photocopies of valid Drivers’ License (Category H only).
- Writing materials.
- Two pairs of navy blue shorts and 2 white (unmarked) T-Shirts.
- A pair of canvas/trainer and stockings.
- Bedsheets and pillowcases.
- Set of cutlery.
- Four (4) recent 30X30 passport sized photographs on white background.
- the Nigerian Navy are going interview all candidate on individual basis, so you guys need to prepare for this and also make sure you fulfill the eligibility criteria so as not to get disqualified at any stage.
- the Nigerian Navy will carefully cross-check all information you have given so far at this stage and if found to be fake/false/wrong might lead to disqualification.
- you should try to give accurate medical information, if you give false information this might also lead to disqualification
- note that this screening is compulsory for all and failure to attend or participate will result to disqualification.
Nigerian Navy Recruitment Screening Date 2020/2021 and Exam Centres
It’s no news that the Nigerian Navy will set up exams for you guys which is simply called an Aptitude Test. If you are able to scale through this aptitude test you will proceed to Nigerian Navy Secondary
School Ojo (Navy Town), Lagos.
We are going to update the date here as soon its out.
We have now successfully compiled all centers used by the Nigerian Navy to conduct their screening nationwide. All you have to do is just to familiarise yourself with any of these centers closer to you.
|1||Abia State||Nigerian Navy Finance and Logistics School, Owerinta|
|3||Abuja||Yakubu Gowon Barrack (Mambilla Barrack)|
|4||Adamawa||23Bde NA Gibson Jalo Cantonment Yola|
|5||Akwa Ibom||NNS JUBILEE, Ikot Abasi|
|6||Anambra||302 Field Arty Regt NA, Onitsha|
|7||Bauchi||NA Armoured Corp and Centre|
|8||Benue||72 Paratrooper Bn NA, Makurdi|
|9||Borno||21 Bde NA Maimalari Cantonment, Maiduguri|
|10||Cross River||NNS VICTORY, Calabar|
|11||Delta State||NNS DELTA, Warri|
|12||Edo||Ekenwa Barrack Benin|
|13||Enugu||HQ 82 Div NA, Abakpa Barrack, Enugu|
|14||Imo||34 Arty Bde NA, Obinze Barrack|
|15||Kaduna||NDA Old Site|
|16||Kaduna||NAF Base Kaduna|
|17||Kaduna||HQ 1 DIV NA, Kawo Kaduna|
|18||Kaduna||312 Artillery Regt NA, Kalapanzin Barrack, Kakuri|
|19||Kano||NAF Base Kano|
|20||Katsina||35 Inf Bn NA, Katsina|
|21||Kogi||HQ CAR NA, Maigumeri Barrack|
|23||Lagos||Nigerian Navy Primary School Mobil Road Apapa|
|24||Lagos||NNS QUORRA, Apapa, Lagos|
|25||Nasarawa||117 Bn NA, Keffi|
|26||Ondo State||323 Arty Regt Akure|
|27||Oyo State||HQ 2 Mech Div NA, Ibadan|
|28||Rivers State||Nigerian Navy Basic and Training School, Onne|
|29||Sokoto State||26 Motorized Bn Giginya Barracks Sokoto|
More On the Nigerian Navy .
One of the ways to access and rate the growth of a nation is in how secure the country is. A country without the security of her people is not a good country. Therefore, security plays a vital and crucial role in the prosperity of a nation. A nation without security is not a good place for business, foreigner partnership is approximately impossible because no man is ready to risk his life in the name of making money.
To ensure a well secure country where all can exercise their human right (right to movement, life, speech etc) there we are series of security personnel who under normal circumstances should enforce that all citizen is save in term of lives and property. Some of these security agencies are Nigeria Armed Forces ( Soldier, Airforce, Navy), Nigerian Police, Civil Defence, and so on.
In this article, we shall closely examine the navy aspect of the Nigerian Armed Forces.
STRENTH OF THE NIGERIAN NAVY
Due to several years of government negligence on the Nigerian naval, this has render the Nigerian Navy handicap and inactive in the area of water patrols and adequate surveillance. Therefore, crime done on the water way becomes the order of the day such as Smuggling, oil bunkering, kidnapping and militancy becomes the major problem bedeviling the riverine area of the country. This activities prompted the plan for revolution and re-emerging of this aspect of the Nigerian Navy.
This has led to the procurement of military equipment and armaments for its empowerment. The following equipment was gotten;
The Nigerian Navy has six ocean fast patriot boats and ten small boats which were commissioned on 3rd of September, 2018. Earlier, 7 units of FPB were procured for the Nigerian Navy. In summary, the Nigerian Navy has six ocean fast patriot boat, ten small boats, and 7 FPB boats. According to wikipedia.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE NIGERIAN NAVY
The Nigerian Navy has An Headquarter and Divisional commands.
1. The Nigerian Navy Headquarter
The Nigerian Navy headquarters is the organ saddled with the responsibility of making policies and carrying out of the administrative function of the Naval force. The head of the headquarters is the Chief of the Naval Staff.
The chief of naval staff has seven other branches attached to the headquarter and they are: Policy and Planning, Administration, Operation and training, logistics, Standard and Safety, Naval Engineering, Account and Budget.
2. Divisional Commands
The Western Naval Command: This is the command that oversees the coastal and sea region from Nigerian/ Benin border. It a well covers Nigerian coastal areas to EEZ nation’s boundary. The headquarter of this Command is located at Apapa, Lagos State.
The Eastern Naval Command:This is the second divisional command of the Nigerian Navy. The Eastern divisional headquarter is situated at Cross River State capital; Calabar. This division covers from Delta to Nigeria/Cameroon border. Also from the coastline of Nigeria to the nation’s EEZ limit.
The Central Naval Command: The Central Naval Command is the third divisional command of the Nigerian Navy. This divisional command monitors Benin River entrance, Bayelsa, Edo and Delta coastal area. It also covers the Nigerian landward state. This division has its headquarter at Bayelsa state precisely Yanagoa
THE SALARY STRUCTURE OF THE NIGERIAN NAVY
It is important to understand that the salary of government parastatals are paid based on their levels and rank while the Nigerian Navy is not an exemption. Below are their ranks and their payment structure;
Nigerian Navy Ranks for commissioned officers
- Admiral of the Fleet
- Rear Admiral
- Lieutenant Commander
- Acting Sub-Lieutenant
Nigerian Navy Ranks for non-commissioned officers
- Warrant Chief Petty Officer
- Chief Petty Officer
- Petty Officer
- Leading Rating
- Able Rating
- Ordinary Rating
Nigerian Navy Ranks and Salary Structure
|Nigerian Navy Rank||Salary (per annum)||Salary (per month)|
Nigerian Navy Recruitment FAQs
Is Nigeria Navy form out for 2020?
The Nigerian Navy recruitment form is already underway and is been concluded. Our aim and objective here is to quickly inform you when the portal will be open for applicant to send in their forms.
What are the duties of the Nigerian Navy?
The Nigerian Navy helps to keep all our water ways safe. They help to fight against oil theft, pirates, illegal fishing and immigration.
What is the highest rank in Nigerian Navy?The highest rank in the Navy is Admiral which is followed by Vice-admiral. An
Admiral should be earning around ₦16,303,140 annually.
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