Nigerian Navy Recruitment Closing Date 2019 and Screening Date
Nigerian Navy Recruitment Closing Date 2019 and Screening Date. This is to inform all the candidates who wish to register for the Nigeria Navy (NN) 2019 Recruitment, but are yet to apply that the management has announced the final closing date for its recruitment application.
The Nigerian Navy is a branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces. The Nigerian Navy is among the largest Navies on the African continent, consisting of several thousand personnel, including those of the Coast Guard
IMPORTANT: The information covered on this page is mainly for last year intake. Kindly bookmark this page as update will made once the Nigerian navy recruitment form for 2019 session is out.
First of all, Any certificate or qualification not declared or tendered and accepted at recruitment centre shall not be acceptable after recruitment exercise.
Also, A duly completed and signed guarantor’s section of the application form to be presented for screening, which is to be signed by officers not below the rank of Chief superintendent of Nigerian Navy or its equivalents in the sister organization.
www.joinnigeriannavy.com is the official Nigeria Navy URL that links to the Recruitment and Enlistment Portal.
Also, Any website or portal apart from this portal is considered a SCAM. Any candidate who visits any other website does it at his/her own RISK. THIS ONLINE APPLICATION IS FREE
Click here to see full Nigerian Navy (NN) Application Guide.
Roles of The Nigerian Navy
The roles of the Nigerian Navy were derived from the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999, Nigeria’s Defence Policy, and the Armed Forces Act Cap A20 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.
The roles assigned to the Nigerian Navy by these documents could be classified into 3. These are military, policing and diplomatic roles.
The military role includes:
First of all, Force projection functions.
Also, Balance of power functions.
Also, Policing Role.
The policing role of the Nigerian Navy deals with the maintenance of law and order within the internal waters, territorial waters, contiguous zone and exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
Diplomatic Role. Diplomatic roles include:
Also, Negotiation from position of strength.