Job seekers scale walls, jump through windows to write NDLEA aptitude test

Job seekers scale walls, jump through windows to write NDLEA aptitude test

- The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is currently organising job aptitude tests nationwide

- However, the recruitment process has been trending on social media for the wrong reasons

- Photos and videos of job seekers scaling walls and jumping through windows to get to exams halls have surfaced

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is currently organising job aptitude tests nationwide and the job recruitment is trending on social media for the wrong reasons.

Photos and videos of job seekers scaling walls and jumping through windows to get to exams halls have surfaced on micro-blogging site, Twitter.

The massive crowd at all centres nationwide indicates the alarming number of unemployed youths in the county.

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In Kano, job seekers were seen scaling walls and jumping through windows to get into the exam halls.

In the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, there was a near stampede after frustrated security men, unable to control the crowd, used horsewhip on some of the job seekers.

Interestingly, some of the job seekers in the nation's capital, kick-started a protest outside the NDLEA office, over the conduct of the aptitude test.

The situation is the same in Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos as thousands of job seekers thronged the office of the agency for the aptitude test.

NDLEA is a federal agency in Nigeria charged with eliminating the growing, processing, manufacturing, selling, exporting, and trafficking of hard dru*gs.

The agency was established by Decree Number 48 of 1989.

Meanwhile, NDLEA operatives arrested a policeman for allegedly supplying Boko Haram members with 59 kilogrammes of tramadol in Gwoza area of Borno state.

The arrest of the policeman was confirmed by Reuben Apeh, commander of the NDLEA in Yobe, who spoke with journalists in Damaturu, the state's capital.

Apeh claimed that the policeman was arrested with another person suspected to be a drug trafficker on November 7.

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