The Nationwide Drug Regulation Enforcement Company (NDLEA) has launched shortlisted names for the ultimate screening of certified candidates for narcotic officers and narcotic assistants cadres.
Its Director, Media and Advocacy, Mr Femi Babafemi, introduced this in a press release on Saturday in Abuja.
The screening train, which was suspended in January because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will now proceed in batches in designated centres.
Babafemi mentioned the screening for NDLEA headquarters Abuja candidates throughout the recruitment classes and others, whose names have been on the ultimate listing ought to go to its official web site, www.ndlea.gov.ng.
In line with him, the names of the candidates are listed on the company’s web site and suggested candidates to report at NDLEA headquarters, No. 6, Port Harcourt Crescent, Off Gimbiya Avenue, Space 11, Garki, Abuja, as follows:
“Attorneys Could 17, Specialised Programs and Languages Could 19, Particular Ability Candidates – Could 20, and Docs – Could 21, 2021.
“NDLEA Academy Jos, Plateau, candidates on the final listing ought to report on the Company’s Academy, Katon Rikkos, Jos, Plateau, for screening within the order of batches specified beneath:
“Batch A: Nos 1- 242 (Could 17); Batch B: Nos 243- 484 (Could 18 ); Batch C: Nos 485-726 (Could 19).
“Batch D: Nos 727-968 (Could 20); Batch E: Nos 969-1209 (Could 21);
Batch F: Nos 1210-1450 (Could 22).
“Narcotic assistant cadre candidates on the narcotic assistant cadre ought to report on the Company’s Academy, Katon Rikkos, Jos, for screening in strict compliance to the order specified beneath between Could 24 and June 8.
“Batch A: Nos 1- 300 (Could 24); Batch B: Nos 301-600 (Could 25); Batch C: Nos 601-900 (Could 26); Batch D: Nos 901-1,200 (Could 27); Batch E: Nos 1,201-1,500 (Could 28); Batch F: Nos 1,501-1,800 (Could, 29).
“Batch G: Nos 1,801- 2,100 (Could 31); Batch H: Nos 2,101-2,400 (June 1); Batch I: Nos 2,401-2,700 (June 2); Batch J: Nos 2,701-3,000 (June 3);Batch Okay: 3,001- 3,300 (June 4).
“Batch L: Nos 3,301-3,600 (June 6); Batch M: Nos 3,601- 3,900 (June 7);
Batch N: Nos 3,901-4,165 (June 8),’” he mentioned.
Babafemi mentioned candidates attending the screening train should strictly observe the COVID-19 non-pharmaceutical protocols and may arrive on the designated venues on the required dates.
He added that candidates should current their guarantor’s kind and unique and duplicate copies of their tutorial credentials, together with delivery certificates.
“Proof of State of Origin, certificates of medical health from a Authorities Hospital, a pair of shorts and spherical neck white T-Shirts, Canvas and stockings.
“Any candidate who fails to abide by any of the situations indicated above shall be disqualified immediately,” he mentioned.
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