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Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

By Frank Ulom

Full List of Successful Candidates for Employment as Forest Rangers in Cross River

The Government of Cross River State has employed 300 Forest Rangers into the State Forestry Commission.

The Cross River State Forestry Commission released the names of successful candidates for employment as Forest Rangers on Thursday, 25th April 2024.

Recall that the recruitment interview which commenced on Thursday, 22nd February 2024, concurrently at the designated centres in Calabar and Ikom, ended on Friday, 23rd February 2024.

Rt Hon. George O’ben-Etchi, Chairman/CEO of the Cross River State Forestry Commission, assured Cross Riverians that the ongoing recruitment process would be transparent, adding, “All shortlisted applicants who participated in the oral interview/physical screening will have equal opportunities to pursue a career as forest rangers.”

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Things to note for the 300 successful candidates selected for employment

Successful candidates selected for employment as Forest Rangers in the Cross River State Forestry Commission, whose names are listed below or on the Commission’s headquarters and zonal notice boards, are required to:

  • Report to the headquarters with both original and photocopies of their credentials for documentation.
  • Treat this information as urgent and important.

See the full list of 300 successful candidates for employment as Forest Rangers in Cross River State below:

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Cross River employs 300 Forest Rangers

Frank Ulom
Frank Ulom
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