Recruitment: NDLEA chooses December 27 to 31 for aptitude tests

Recruitment: NDLEA chooses December 27 to 31 for aptitude tests

- The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has fixed dates for applicants in Abuja who will be writing its Computer-Based Test (CBT)

- The agency chose Friday, December 27 to Tuesday, 31, as the dates for the first phase of the recruitment exercise in Abuja

- The spokesperson of the NDLEA, Jonah Achema, said the target of the test is to recruit about 5000 low-rank officers

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has fixed Friday, December 27 to Tuesday, 31 as the dates for its aptitude tests for applicants in Abuja.

This was revealed by Jonah Achema, NDLEA's spokesperson, who on Monday, December 23, made reference to the difficulties faced by applicants in Abuja who were trying to apply for the Computer-Based Test (CBT), Daily Trust reports.

Achema said: “We are not unaware of the complaints by those excluded by computer from the ongoing exercise on grounds of age, improper documentation at the time of application and/or failing to upload relevant documents in support of their application."

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Recruitment: NDLEA chooses 27th to 31st December for aptitude tests

The spokesperson said that the management of the NDLEA is doing its utmost to uphold the integrity of the process to select at least 1000 Narcotic officers for a start
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He explained that this is partly caused by the omission of some applicants who failed to enter their contacts, such as telephone numbers and email addresses and as such, could not be reached.

However, the spokesperson said that the agency is pleased with the level of progress it has recorded so far in the aptitude test in other parts of the country.

Achema went on to reveal that the objective of the CBT is to recruit not less than 5000 low-rank officers.

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He added that the management of the NDLEA is doing its utmost to uphold the integrity of the process to select at least 1000 Narcotic officers for a start.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the NDLEA organised job aptitude tests nationwide and the job recruitment trended on social media for the wrong reasons.

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Photos and videos of job seekers scaling walls and jumping through windows to get to exams halls had 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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