NDLEA Online Recruitment Form 2017 and www.ndlea.gov.ng recruitment portal has now been opened for applicants who wish to apply for the current ongoing NDLEA Recruitment 2017 ?
Daily Gist wish to inform our readers and especially applicants who have been asking about the NDLEA recruitment 2017,how to get NDLEA Recruitment 2017 Form . There has been rumor that is making rounds in town that Recruitment for Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment has started, We have decided to clear the air so that our regular visitors will get to know all the truth about the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment form 2017.
NDLEA Online Recruitment Exercise is one of the many recruitment currently going on in nigeria right now as per ways in which federal Government create job opportunities in the country to ensure that youths are empowered to contribute to the development of this great nation nigeria
For those of asking or still wondering if the NDLEA Online Recruitment Form is out. The truth is, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment Exercise occurs periodically, in fact the the last recruitment exercise carried out by the NDLEA was on Thu, 08/19/2010. So if the NDLEA Online Recruitment Exercise starts will will be the first to let you know.
Here are some NDLEA recruitment requirements that applicants should note.
Due to the large numbers of application the agency receives during its recruitment excersice, the NDLEA tends to offers challenging assignments which involves monitoring drug abuse and trafficking in the county, and substantial reductions in drug supply and demand. They are also in charge of crimes like money-laundering, smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings.
Interested applicants should note that they need to be meet the following criteria to be eligible to apply for the NDLEA recruitment 2017
→West African School Certificate (WASC) or Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC) with credits in not less than three (3) Subjects including English Language and two (2) other Subjects, or
→National Examination Council (NECO)/General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with passes in four (4) subjects obtained at one sitting or five (5) subjects obtained at two sittings including English Language
We invite all interested to apply online to vacancies in the National Drug Law Enforecement Agency via the following link: http://ndlea.gov.ng/v1/ Kindly disregard any other link as it may be the handy work of fraudster looking to scheme you of your hard earned money.
www.ndlea.gov.ng is the only National Drug Law Enforecement Agency recruitment portal.