NDLEA Releases Lists Of Successful Candidates For 2023 Recruitment

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has dropped the lists of successful candidates for the 2023 recruitment exercise for Narcotic Officer and Narcotic Assistant cadres.

NDLEA spokesperson, Femi Babafemi, released a statement on Sunday to confirm the release of the list.

He said successful candidates for cadet are expected to report at the NDLEA Academy in Jos.

The trainees are to expected to report at the NSCDC College of Peace and Disaster Management in Katsina states.

Part of the statement read, “The under-listed successful candidates are therefore to report for Narcotic Officers Basic (Cadet) training at the NDLEA Academy, Kotton Rikus, Jos Plateau State, while the Narcotic Agent/Assistant (Trainees) will report for their training at the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps College of Peace and Disaster Management, KM 4 Babbar-Ruga Batsari Road, Katsina State.

“All successful candidates are to report for training at their respective designated centres according to their groupings and on dates assigned to their groups. ”

Babafemi added that successful candidates are to report for training with a photocopy of their credentials among others.

“Original and photocopy of credentials to include National Identification Number and printout of NDLEA online application reference slip.

“Four copies of recent colour passport photograph without cap/hat.

“Writing materials to include biro, pencils, ruler, notebooks, and file jackets.

“Three pairs of white (unmarked) round neck vests and navy-blue shorts (without stripes)

“Successful candidates who fail to report by 6pm on Wednesday 2nd August 2023 for Superintendent (Supt) Cadre and Friday 18th August 2023 for Narcotic Assistant (NA and NASS) Cadre will be disqualified.

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“Female candidates who are pregnant would not be allowed to join the training.
“Candidates are to note that Drug Integrity Test and pregnancy test (for female candidates) would be conducted at various times during the training. “Consequently, Candidates who test positive would be immediately withdrawn from training.” the statement added.

The successful candidates are to visit the NDLEA website for more information https://ndlea.gov.ng

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