Important updates from NDLEA’s Twitter Spaces session on Recruitment

On April 14th, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) held an interactive session on Twitter Spaces. Here is a summary of the important points shared during the session:

Firstly, the application process for the NDLEA recruitment will close on Monday, April 17th, 2023. After this, the agency will take two weeks to shortlist candidates based on the requirements for the available positions.

Once the shortlisting process is complete, qualified candidates will receive a message inviting them to take the computer-based test (CBT) and proceed with the next stage of the recruitment process which is for training an other documentation.

It’s essential to note that even if your passport isn’t showing on your application printout, you shouldn’t panic. As long as your application number is visible, you are good to go.

Moreover, if you accidentally registered with the wrong local government area due to the absence of your local government, don’t worry. The NDLEA will sort out any issues that may arise during the recruitment process.

Lastly, the NDLEA officials wished all applicants good luck and encouraged them to stay informed and regularly check their emails for updates.

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