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KDF publishes the list of shortlisted candidates in the recent recruitment; How to check

Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) releases the full list of shortlisted 1,600 candidates for tradesmen & women as well as specialist officers.

Kenyan youth who took part in the recently concluded recruitment process for the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) may now see if they made the list of selected candidates.

The list of 1,606 applicants for positions as tradesmen and women or specialized officers was released by KDF on Friday.

For the job of specialist officers, 347 people were chosen, and 1,259 people were considered for the tradesmen and women role.

KDF also disclosed the times and places of the interviews for the selected candidates.

The announcement is in line with Vice Chief of Defense Forces Lieutenant John Mwangi’s promise to release the list shortly after the closure of the recruitment drive on Friday, September 8.

“We wish to thank all the youth who turned up for the recruitment drive your presence was a strong demonstration of your patriotism and desire to serve our great Republic,” he announced at the time.

“The Ministry of Defence congratulates all those who were successful and welcome you to participate in the collective delivery of KDF’s constitutional mandate. To those who were not successful, we laud you for courage and competitive spirit and urge you to remain steadfast in your quest for opportunities to serve our country.”

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Towards the end of August, the defence forces launched a recruitment drive across 374 centers and lessened the stringent requirement of stained teeth.

How to check

Individuals who took part in the recruitment drive were advised to visit the Ministry of Defence website at www.mod.go.ke and toggle to the downloads section.

While on the page, they can access the full list by downloading it.

Alternatively, applicants can visit verified social media accounts for KDF to access the link directing them to the list of the shortlisted candidates.

For interviews, tradesmen and women were directed to report to Embakasi Garrison in Nairobi on Monday 25 September 2023 beginning at 8.00 am. Specialist officers, on the other hand, will attend interviews at the KMA in Lanet, Nakuru County, beginning at 8.00 am.

“All candidates must bring with them original National Identity (ID) Card and four copies of their academic, professional certificates, curriculum vitae and any other testimonials,” read the statement.

“Feeding and accommodation will be provided during the period of interview. Unsuccessful candidates will be reimbursed road traveling expenses in accordance with KDF Regulations.”

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