Breaking: FG Shortlists 10,000 Applicants For BRISIN Job

The Federal Government has announced the  shortlisting of 10,000 applicants for employment into Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN).

In a statement credited by the National Coordinator, Public Affairs unit of BRISIN, Mr Tony Okorocha, BRISIN directed all the applicants who successfully completed their application to check their positions on www.brisin.ng from  Wednesday 23rd, 2019.

The Head of BRISIN Implementation in Nigeria, Dr Anthony Uwa however stated that the list of 10,000 shortlisted applicants will be screened to a final list of 5000 successful applicants for the job.

“Though this will be screened down to the final 5000 as announced earlier. 200 persons would be picked and trained as trainees trainers, some officers,” he said, adding: “from the MDAs  would join for the orientation and training in Italy or any other country we might consider necessary for the objective of BRISIN.”

Mr Uwa said those that paid the N1000 application fee but could not complete their application process would be either refunded or given the opportunity to re-apply in the permanent BRISIN employment portal coming out at the end of March for you to complete your application.

“You would be given the chance to upload without further payment, but you must show your former application code to confirm you have paid before you could be allowed to upload your data,” he said. Uwa stated that some people have been refunded their application fees.

He said the date for the new portal would be communicated and new method of application explained. “Please be careful to not fall into wrong hands,” he warned.