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Many of the successful applicants into the Nigeria Police Force have been left wandering after the PSC and Police websites crashed.

 
The Police Service Commission website [ www.psc.gov.ng ] has crashed leaving thousands of the successful applicants unable to access the website. The website was suspended on Thursday.
 
Attempts to log on the site comes up with: “This account has been suspended. Contact your hosting provider for more information.” error.
 
Also, the Nigeria Police Force website, [ www.npf.gov.ng ] is experiencing the same error as attempts to access the 2016 recruitment page comes up with error.
 
However, it has been reported that the firm in charge of the website, Galaxy Backbone Plc was working on it as applicants have been told to exercise patience.
“The website has been having some issues which we rectified, but the latest hitch was on account of the huge number of people trying to access it. Engineers from Galaxy Backbone are working on it, I am sure it would be up any moment from now,” The PSC spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani revealed to Punch in a telephone call.
 
The names of about 10,000 successful applicants made up of 500 Cadet assistant Superintendents of Police, 500 Cadet Inspectors, 7,500 Constab|€X and 1,500 specialists are expected to be uploaded on the PSC and police websites.

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Many of the successful applicants into the Nigeria Police Force have been left wandering after the PSC and Police websites crashed.   The Police Service Commission website has crashed leaving thousands of the successful applicants unable to access the website. The website was suspended on Thursday.   Attempts to...