NDA Shortlists Candidates for AFSB 2015/2016 (67th Regular Course)

Names of candidates qualified to appear
for interview before the Nigerian
Defence Academy, NDA Armed Forces
Selection Board for the 2015/2016
academic session 67th Regular Course
are out.


The Management of the Nigerian Defence
Academy has released the names
of Shortlisted Candidates to appear for
interview before the Armed Forces Selection
Board (AFSB) – 67 Regular Course.

1. The candidates whose names appear in
this publication were successful at the
Nigerian Defence Academy Entrance
Examination held on Saturday 25 April
2015. They are to appear for interview
before an Armed Forces Selection Board
(AFSB) from Saturday 20 June – 31 July,
2015 at the Nigerian Defence Academy (Old
Site), Kaduna. Candidates will appear before
the AFSB in 2 batches as follows:

a.) Batch 1. (Candidates from the
underlisted states are to report to NDA
on Saturday 20 June 2015).
(1) Akwa Ibom
(2) Anambra
(3) Bayelsa
(4) Borno
(5) Ebonyi
(6) Edo
(7) Enugu
(8) Gombe
(9) Jigawa
(10) Kano
(11) Kogi
(12) Lagos
(13) Niger
(14) Ondo
(15) Osun
(16) Plateau
(17) Taraba
(18) Yobe (19) FCT

b.) Batch 2. (Candidates from the
underlisted states are to report to NDA
on Sunday 5 July 2015).
(1) Abia
(2) Adamawa
(3) Bauchi
(4) Benue
(5) Cross River
(6) Delta
(7) Ekiti
(8) Imo
(9) Kaduna
(10) Katsina
(11) Kebbi
(12) Kwara
(13) Nasarawa
(14) Ogun
(15) Oyo
(16) Rivers
(17) Sokoto
(18) Zamfara

2. Candidates who fail to report by Saturday
20 June 2015 and Sunday 5 July 2015 for
Batches 1 and 2 respectively will not be
allowed to attend the interview. Any Batch 2
candidate who is seen around the NDA
premises before 5 July 2015 will be
disqualified. Candidates will be
accommodated and fed throughout the
duration of their stay for the AFSB.
3. All candidates will firstly undergo a
screening exercise which involves
certificates/credentials screening, medical
tests and physical fitness tests. Only
candidates who pass the screening exercise
will qualify to continue with the interview.

4. Candidates MUST bring along the original
and photocopies of the following

1. JAMB UTME Result Slip.

2. Acknowledgement Form and NDA
Examination Admission Card.

3. Academic certificates I statements
ofresult, and testimonials for primary and
secondary schools (junior and senior).

4. Birth Certificate or Declaration of Age,
preferably Birth Certificate.

5. Letter of Attestation of State/Local
Government Indigeneship duly signed by
the Secretary to the State Government or
Chairman of Local Government, as the
case may be. Certification obtained from
a military officer from the
candidateW”state of origin, who must be
of the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and
above or equivalent in the Nigerian Navy
and Nigerian Air Force, may be used in
place of Local Government Indigeneship
Certificate. In this case, the officer must
indicate his formation/unit, appointment,
contact address, phone numbers and e-
mail address. The officer must also affix
formation/unit stamp and sign.

6. Letter of Consent from parent/guardian.
Candidates are to download both the
Attestation and Consent Forms from the
NDA applications portal and complete
same. Candidates who fail to bring along
the documents listed above will be
disqualified. Any alterations on the
documents will attract outright

5. Candidates are to also bring along the
following items:

1. Writing materials.

2. Three blue shorts and 3 white (round-
neck) T-shirts.

3. A pair of white canvas shoes and 3 pairs
of white socks.

4. Toiletries.

5. Scratch cards for W AEC and/ or NECO
results for online confirmation of result.

6. Four recent coloured passport

7. The second copy of Postcard Photograph
that was presented and endorsed at the
Exam Centre during the Entrance

8. Sufficient money for transport to and
from Kaduna.

Click Hereto view the Shortlisted
Candidates for the Armed Forces Selection
Board for 66 Regular Course.


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