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National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by Forevergist: 11:08pm On Jul 20, 2019
The Chairman, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Col. Muhammad Abdallah (retd), says President Muhammadu Buhari has approved recruitment of 5,000 personnel for the agency to boost its manpower.

Abdallah said this on Friday at the Public Destruction of Drug Exhibits by Taraba Command of NDLEA in Jalingo.

He said it would go a long way in improving operations of the agency on campaign against drug addiction in Nigeria.

He said increased consumption of illicit drugs among the youths in Taraba was worrisome, appealing to families to live up to their responsibilities.

According to Abdallah, effective drug prevention must involve positive engagement of children, youths and adults with their families, schools, workplace and community.

He commended Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba for his support to the agency in addressing drug problems in the state.

He also commended Mrs Anna Darius, wife of the governor, for giving great impetus to the war against drug abuse in the state.

The chairman thanked the governor for including NDLEA commandant in the state’s Security Council as well as supporting the agency with operational vehicles.

He noted that the provision of Hope Afresh Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation , managed by the wife of the governor for sensitisation against drug abuse was a great boost to anti-drug abuse campaign.

Earlier, Acting Commander of NDLEA in the state, Mr. Peter Odaudu, had said that the agency had assembled seven tonnes (6,963.80 kilogrammes) of deadly weeds and psychotropic substances for destruction.

Odaudu said that the exhibits were seized between January 2003 and December 2018.

He listed some of the illicit drugs assembled for destruction as Cannabis Sativa, Diazepam, Rophynol, Cough syrups with codeine and Tramadol.

According to him, a court order for their destruction has been duly obtained.

Odaudu commended other security agencies in the state for their cooperation in the success recorded by the NDLEA.

He commended the state government for supporting the agency towards ensuring effective control in consumption of illicit drugs in the state.

In his remarks, the state governor, Mr. Darius Ishaku, said that drug consumption had led to increase in violent crimes in the state.

Ishaku, who was represented by the Deputy Governor Haruna Manu, said that most persons arrested for violent crimes in the state were youths.

He, therefore, urged the youths to avoid the use of illicit drugs, saying that it was dangerous to their health and the society.

He also urged the agency to collaborate with office of the First Lady to achieve more feat in its mandate of ensuring a drug-free society.

Ishaku said that the construction of health centres by the first lady’s foundation for sensitisation in the three senatorial zones was a better platform to adopt by the agency.

He assured the agency of continued support by the state government to eradicate drug abuse.

Requirements:

i. Applicants must be Nigerians by birth.
ii. Applicants must possess the requisite qualification and certificates. Any certificate or qualification not presented and accepted at the recruitment centre shall not be accepted after the recruitment.
iii. Applicants must be fit and present certificates of medical fitness from Government recognized Hospitals.
iv. Applicants must be of good characters, and must not have been convicted of any criminal offences.
v. Applicants must not be members of any Secret Society, Cults or Drug Addicts etc.
vi. Applicants must not be financially embarrassed.
vii. Applicants must be between ages of 18 and 30 years
viii. Applicants heights must not be less than 1.65m for males and 1.60 for females.
ix. Applicants chest measurement must not be less than 0.87 for men.
x. Computer literacy will be of added advantage.

Visit www.ndlea.gov.ng For More Information!

Download NDLEA Recruitment Form
Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by aghoghovbia(m): 1:16am On Jul 21, 2019
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Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by Emily22(m): 3:11am On Jul 21, 2019
aghoghovbia:
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Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by abiolamitodun(m): 11:16am On Jul 21, 2019
Emily22:


That's a scam,they are not recruiting at the moment
pls When is the form coming out...
Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by Tyno12(m): 11:33am On Jul 21, 2019
It's not out yet

Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by Emily22(m): 11:57am On Jul 21, 2019
abiolamitodun:
pls When is the form coming out...

No Info for now
Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by abiolamitodun(m): 2:16pm On Jul 21, 2019
Emily22:

No Info for now
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Re: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Recruitment 2019 Apply Here by Forevergist: 2:33pm On Aug 07, 2019
Forevergist:
The Chairman, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Col. Muhammad Abdallah (retd), says President Muhammadu Buhari has approved recruitment of 5,000 personnel for the agency to boost its manpower.

Abdallah said this on Friday at the Public Destruction of Drug Exhibits by Taraba Command of NDLEA in Jalingo.

He said it would go a long way in improving operations of the agency on campaign against drug addiction in Nigeria.

He said increased consumption of illicit drugs among the youths in Taraba was worrisome, appealing to families to live up to their responsibilities.

According to Abdallah, effective drug prevention must involve positive engagement of children, youths and adults with their families, schools, workplace and community.

He commended Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba for his support to the agency in addressing drug problems in the state.

He also commended Mrs Anna Darius, wife of the governor, for giving great impetus to the war against drug abuse in the state.

The chairman thanked the governor for including NDLEA commandant in the state’s Security Council as well as supporting the agency with operational vehicles.

He noted that the provision of Hope Afresh Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation , managed by the wife of the governor for sensitisation against drug abuse was a great boost to anti-drug abuse campaign.

Earlier, Acting Commander of NDLEA in the state, Mr. Peter Odaudu, had said that the agency had assembled seven tonnes (6,963.80 kilogrammes) of deadly weeds and psychotropic substances for destruction.

Odaudu said that the exhibits were seized between January 2003 and December 2018.

He listed some of the illicit drugs assembled for destruction as Cannabis Sativa, Diazepam, Rophynol, Cough syrups with codeine and Tramadol.

According to him, a court order for their destruction has been duly obtained.

Odaudu commended other security agencies in the state for their cooperation in the success recorded by the NDLEA.

He commended the state government for supporting the agency towards ensuring effective control in consumption of illicit drugs in the state.

In his remarks, the state governor, Mr. Darius Ishaku, said that drug consumption had led to increase in violent crimes in the state.

Ishaku, who was represented by the Deputy Governor Haruna Manu, said that most persons arrested for violent crimes in the state were youths.

He, therefore, urged the youths to avoid the use of illicit drugs, saying that it was dangerous to their health and the society.

He also urged the agency to collaborate with office of the First Lady to achieve more feat in its mandate of ensuring a drug-free society.

Ishaku said that the construction of health centres by the first lady’s foundation for sensitisation in the three senatorial zones was a better platform to adopt by the agency.

He assured the agency of continued support by the state government to eradicate drug abuse.

Requirements:

i. Applicants must be Nigerians by birth.
ii. Applicants must possess the requisite qualification and certificates. Any certificate or qualification not presented and accepted at the recruitment centre shall not be accepted after the recruitment.
iii. Applicants must be fit and present certificates of medical fitness from Government recognized Hospitals.
iv. Applicants must be of good characters, and must not have been convicted of any criminal offences.
v. Applicants must not be members of any Secret Society, Cults or Drug Addicts etc.
vi. Applicants must not be financially embarrassed.
vii. Applicants must be between ages of 18 and 30 years
viii. Applicants heights must not be less than 1.65m for males and 1.60 for females.
ix. Applicants chest measurement must not be less than 0.87 for men.
x. Computer literacy will be of added advantage.

Visit www.ndlea.gov.ng For More Information!

Download NDLEA Recruitment Form


The recruitment form is now online! follow the instruction on the above webpage to apply.

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