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KDF announces countrywide recruitment drive.

figure By NYABOGA KIAGE The Kenya Defence Forces has announced a month-long countrywide recruitment exercise.The drive will kick off on Monday, November 19 and is scheduled to end on December 19. The military is looking for general recruits, tradesmen/women and constables.

Former Kenya Defence Forces members who served at least 9 years colour service and former National Youth Servicemen are eligible for recruitment as constables. Tradesmen must have a minimum mean grade of D (plain) in Kenya Certificate of Secondary School to qualify for the general recruits.

In an advertisement that ran on local newspapers, all potential candidates should participate in the exercise in their various sub-counties.During the recruitment drive, potential recruits will be required to provide academic certificates, testimonials and an original identity card.

The forces sent a warning to anyone who will commit any offence during the exercise, saying that stern action will be taken against them."If you accept to be conned, you will lose your money or property and go to jail.

Do not waste your money and risk imprisonment," KDF warned.It also warned the public against fraudsters who call potential recruits asking them to pick their letters away from recruitment centres.

KDF is also keen in recruiting, tradesmen and women with diploma qualifications in various fields such as computer science, journalism, medical laboratory, library, architecture, welding, automotive engineering.Other areas are: public health, dental technology, radiography, survey, cooperative management, community oral health, pharmacy and social work.

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Publication:Daily Nation, Kenya (Nairobi, Kenya)
Date:Nov 13, 2018
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