Some people are interested in joining the NDLEA, and they have asked if the Recruitment Site portal is available.
I’m going to provide you with some information on the official NDLEA website as well as the recruitment page today.
However, before you submit an application for the NDLEA, you must first get familiar with the qualifications that are necessary for you to be accepted into the NDLEA.
The application of NDLEA is governed by both a process and a statute that must be followed.
- You need to be a citizen of Nigeria before you can submit an application to the NDLEA.
- Furthermore, your age cannot be less than 22 years old or more than 35 years old.
- You will have to make sure that you are not addicted to drugs in any way because you will be tested before being accepted into the course and the testing will continue even after the training is over.
- You are not allowed to have a criminal record or to have ever been charged with a crime in any legal proceeding.
- You are required to be physically, intellectually, and medically fit, and this must be verified by a licensed physician from an established hospital.
- You are required to not only have a good character but also have two referees vouch for the fact that you have a good character.
During the registration process, you need to make sure that you provide all of the essential information.
- You must be careful to only give true and correct information, because if you give false information, you will be kicked out of the competition right away.
- Be sure to provide both a working email address and a phone number in the event that it becomes necessary for the other party to get in touch with you.
- After you have registered, you need to make sure that your application is submitted online and that you print off any essential paperwork.
If you are interested in working for the NDLEA, the only place you can do so is on their recruitment website, which can be found at www.ndlea.gov.ng/careers.
- Every candidate is required to complete and submit the application form that is found on the website, upload a copy of their passport, and print off the application slip that will be used for the duration of the recruiting process.
- Everyone who applies for a job should have a good education and meet all of the requirements for the specific positions they are interested in holding.
- Before the final decision is made, all of the candidates that have been shortlisted must first demonstrate that they are physically, psychologically, and emotionally healthy, and they must also have a medical officer from a government hospital certify that they are eligible for recruitment.
- Each and every one of the applicants has to have an honourable reputation and cannot have been found guilty of any kind of crime in any kind of legal proceeding.
- Everyone who applies must not have a record of filing for bankruptcy or any other type of financial embarrassment.
- All of the candidates will be asked to print out two referee forms, each of which must be filled out by two (2) individuals who have a strong standing in the community and a highly positive reputation.
- Every applicant who is accepted into the program will be expected to complete the necessary documents via the Internet.
- If a candidate is chosen, they will be required to take periodic tests to determine whether or not they have used illegal drugs over the duration of their employment with the agency.
- Only those candidates who make the cut will be given an opportunity to participate in a selection interview and additional testing.
- In order to be considered, candidates for the roles of doctor and lawyer need to be in possession of appropriate professional certifications in their respective fields.
The NDLEA is a federal law enforcement agency formed on December 29, 1989, by Decree No. 48. In the 1980s, the increasing demand for and trafficking of narcotic narcotics and psychotropic substances had a negative impact on the international image of Nigerians and Nigeria. The decree was primarily issued in reaction to this trend. Since then, the trafficking of illegal drugs has evolved into an organized criminal enterprise that challenges the country’s security and growth, requiring the government’s immediate attention and highest priority.
NDLEA is in charge of Nigeria’s drug policy and control. The Agency is tasked with preventing the unlawful manufacture, importation, exportation, sale, and trafficking of psychoactive drugs. Employees of the NDLEA are responsible for the interdiction and destruction of illegal narcotics and other substances. In addition, they participate in initiatives to prevent drug misuse, such as advocacy, counseling, and rehabilitation of drug users.
Thousands of skilled narcotics operatives and well-trained support employees of NDLEA work across Nigeria to execute the agency’s mandate, with a noticeable presence at international airports, seaports, border crossings, and key roads. Agents of the NDLEA work hard to find, arrest, and punish drug traffickers in accordance with Nigeria’s different drug laws. They do this to protect society from the dangers of illegal drugs and their suppliers.