www.ndlea.gov.ng|NDLEA Shortlisted Candidates 2021 emplug ndlea Recruitment 2021/2022
The long awaited National Drug Law Enforcement Agency list of successful candidates for the 2019/2020/2021 Recruitment Exercise is finally out. Report reaching us is that the list was just released to the public on Friday 8th January, 2021.
This information was disclosed by the NDLEA spokesman, and Deputy Commander of Narcotics (DCN) , in the early hours of Friday morning. He made it known to us that candidates who participated in the aptitude test can now check if they have been successfully Shortlisted for the final screening process.
His Excellency, the president gave the order to the NDLEA way back in 2019, to recruit 5,000 men into the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). This order was what instigated the Recruitment Exercise.
Recall that the Recruitment process, registration kicked off in August and closed in October of the same year. Thereafter, applicants were called for an aptitude test based on the jobs they applied for. The aptitude test was held in December 2019 and ended in January, 2020.
Now, the list of shortlisted candidates have been released and is available for every candidate to see if they have qualified for the screening and documentation exercise. The NDLEA Spokesman also disclosed that the Shortlisted Candidates Names can be downloaded and viewed from the NDLEA website here www.ndlea.gov.ng .
He made mention also that successful candidates have been contacted via Email and SMS. So, if you still have access to the email and phone number you used for the registration, you should check it now to see if you have been shortlisted.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Is the NDLEA Shortlisted Candidates Names out?
Yes, The names of Shortlisted Candidates have been released and you can check if you have been shortlisted for the screening.
Simply go to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) recruitment portal www.ndlea.gov.ng . You will navigate to the web page where you will download the shortlisted candidates names in PDF format.
To make this easy for you, we have uploaded the shortlisted candidates PDF at the end of this article. All you have to do is to hit the downloaded button and it will start downloading.
I have been shortlisted, what next?
This is a question that every Shortlisted Candidate should be asking. The next thing to do after confirming you have been shortlisted for the recruitment is to attend the screening Exercise.
To know about the screening Exercise, venue, date and time, you can simply click here. There, you will see everything you need to know about the NDLEA 2021 Recruitment Screening Exercise.
How many candidates were Shortlisted for the NDLEA Screening Exercise?
The report which was released to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) earlier today at the Federal Capital Territory, stated that only 5,000 candidates were Shortlisted out of the tens of thousands that participated in the December 2019 and January 2020 Aptitude test.
I have been shortlisted, does it mean I have been recruited successfully?
No, please note that you being shortlisted does not guarantee your recruitment into the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. The shortlisted candidates will have to go through a screening process, which is of course the last stage of the recruitment exercise.
The screening Exercise will involve a documentation to validate all the credentials used at the point of registration. If you pass this stage, you will be given your appointment letter immediately.
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