Recruitment: NDLEA Directs Successful Candidates To Report For Training
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has instructed successful Narcotic Assistant (NASS) candidates in batches two and three to report for training in the order of groups and dates assigned to their names.
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Mr Femi Babafemi, the Director of Media and Advocacy, made the announcement on Monday in Abuja.
Babafemi stated that the names of successful candidates had been published on the agency’s website, www.ndlea.gov.ng, in the following order:
“Group one (2nd batch). Serial Number 1 -350 (Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021). Group Two, (2nd Batch) Serial Number 351 -700 (Sunday Nov. 28, 2021). Group three (2nd Batch) Serial Number 701- 1,000 (Monday Nov. 29, 2021).
Group Four (3rd batch) Serial Number 1- 350 (Tuesday Nov. 30, 2021).Group Five (3rd batch) Serial Number 351- 700 (Wednesday Dec.1, 2021). Group six (3rd batch) Serial Number 701- 801 (Thursday Dec. 2, 2021), ” he said.
The successful candidates (Narcotic Assistants), according to Babafemi, should report to the NDLEA Academy in Kotton Rikus, Jos, with some documents for training.
“The documents include, original and photocopy of credentials and NDLEA online application reference slip; four copies of 5×7 colour photograph without cap/hat, writing materials to include biro; pencils, ruler, notebooks and file jacket, among others.”
Babafemi asked all successful candidates to follow COVID-19 protocols at all times, warning that any who do not report by 6 p.m. on December 2 will be disqualified.
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