8 facts you didn't know about retirementChevron Nigeria Ltd (CNL) Wednesday warned the public to beware of false recruitment and contract information being advertised by scammers impersonating the oil giant or claiming to act in its name.

It said the; “unscrupulous persons and organisations” were advertising fake job positions and contracts in CNL on several media and online channels.

CNL gave the warning in a statement by its General Manager, Policy, Government & Public Affairs, Esimaje Brikinn.

The company, he explained, had learnt that fraudulent job and contract offers had reportedly been sent through emails, text messages and phone calls by individuals purporting to be staff or representatives of CNL, with the intent to defraud their victims.

Brikinn said: “CNL hereby dissociates itself from such false job recruitment and contract information, published in any newspaper, web site, email, poster, handbill or any other medium. CNL did not make or authorise such publications.

“Members of the public are hereby notified that Chevron Nigeria Limited does not, and will not require applicants to make any payments towards processing any job application or contract awards. Recruitment advertisements requesting candidates to pay money, at any point during the recruitment process, are not from CNL.”

He stated further that CNL does not solicit job applications or initiate recruitment processes through emails, posters, handbills, text messages, social media or phone calls.

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