The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is a government agency in Nigeria that enforces drug laws and reducing the availability of illegal drugs in the country. The agency is currently recruiting individuals who are interested in joining the fight against drug abuse and trafficking.
Are you interested in being a part of this agency, but you don’t know how to go about it? You are in the right place.
In this blog post, we will provide information on the NDLEA recruitment process, including the qualifications, requirements, and application process. We will also offer tips and advice on how to increase your chances of being selected for the position.
NDLEA Recruitment Requirements
To be considered to join NDLEA, prospective candidates must possess the following qualification:
- Nigerian citizenship
- A minimum educational level of Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent
- Good physical and mental health
- No criminal record
- Willingness to take an oath of secrecy
How To Apply For NDLEA Recruitment
To apply and join NDLEA, go to www.ndlea.gov.ng and use the website to submit your personal information, including name, phone number, marital status, contact information, professional experience, place of birth, National Identification Number (NIN), and academic qualifications. You will also need to upload scanned copies of your credentials for the screening process. Make sure your contact information is accurate and up-to-date, as you will be notified via email if you are shortlisted for further steps in the process.
This article has shown you everything you need to know about the ongoing recruitment. If you want to stay updated on NDLEA Recruitment, kindly drop your phone number or email address in the comment section below and we will keep you updated.