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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by yusufdayo1: 2:14pm On Oct 15, 2020
Axzobr:
So you can still remember what you did?
I can remember vividly
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Axzobr: 3:06pm On Oct 15, 2020
Part of the reasons the endsars protest will escalate further is because of this recruitment delays wink grin
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by b3llo(m): 3:53pm On Oct 15, 2020
Axzobr:
Part of the reasons the endsars protest will escalate further is because of this recruitment delays wink grin
It won't change a thing unless there is break down in law and order.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Axzobr: 4:03pm On Oct 15, 2020
b3llo:
It won't change a thing unless there is break down in law and order.
The youths are not engaged. You can see that the federal government are trying to resolve the ASUU strike ASAP. They've reopened NYSC camp. Maybe it's time to resume recruitment too

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by IghravweIG(m): 11:56am On Oct 16, 2020
Axzobr:

The youths are not engaged. You can see that the federal government are trying to resolve the ASUU strike ASAP. They've reopened NYSC camp. Maybe it's time to resume recruitment too
Long overdue... I see things happening fast in the coming weeks.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Aliyumichika(m): 12:15pm On Oct 16, 2020
IghravweIG:

Long overdue... I see things happening fast in the coming weeks.
We hope and pray soo

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Aliyumichika(m): 10:52am On Oct 24, 2020
Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Narcotic Drugs, Dr. Francis Ottah Agbo, has called on the Federal Government to stop treating the problem of narcotic drug addiction in Nigeria with kid gloves.




He said the earlier the Federal Government begins to see narcotic drug addiction as a national emergency, the better for Nigeria.


A statement signed by Dr. Ottah Agbo’s media adviser, Mr. Andrew Agbese, indicated that the Honourable Member made the call at a pre-budget meeting with the Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), and top management officials of the agency at the National Assembly complex, Abuja.




Dr. Agbo, who represents Ado/Ogbadigbo/Okpokwu Federal Constituencyof Benue State, said the fight against narcotic drug addiction is so huge that it cannot be left for one agency alone to handle but must be supported by all to achieve the desired result. He restated the fact that the NDLEA is underfunded, underequipped and understaffed, stressing that these challenges make the agency a toothless bull dog.

He regretted that the NDLEA still uses civil war weapons to chase drug traffickers.




“As we speak, NDLEA still uses weapons used during the Nigeria-Biafra civil war, in the whole of Nigeria, we have only eight sniffer dogs even these dogs were donated to us by the Germans, we have very few scanners and all of these lack, hamper the smooth operation of the agency and only increased finding can bridge this gap” the chairman noted.


Agbo, who is the spokesman of the minority caucus of the House of Representatives , said the House Committee on Narcotic drugs is doing its best to empower the NDLEA to carry out its functions effectively and has proposed a restructuring of the laws establishing the Police Trust Fund Act to include the NDLEA as a beneficiary.

READ ALSO: AU ECOSOCC advocates domestication of child rights by states
He said, ” We all recall that the NDLEA was established to investigate, arrest and prosecute drug offenders, so it’s a policing institution.


“And we feel that one of the ways to make it have more resources for it to bark and bite is to include it as a beneficiary of the Trust Fund.”


The Honourable Chairman also said the NDLEA should be listed among the security agencies in the country.


He said, “If you look at the responsibilities of the NDLEA, you will agree with me that it is also a security agency.”
Dr. Ottah Agbo said the drug problem threatens all segments of the country especially the youths, and stressed that, “if we say the youths are the leaders of tomorrow then we must secure the future now by defeating illicit drug or else there may be no country that we can proudly call our own tomorrow, except all hands are on deck to fight this scourge.”


He said the problem of drug addiction poses existential threat to Nigeria more than corruption.


“We keep saying at the level of our committee here that if we fail to kill nacortic drug addiction, it will destroy Nigeria,” he stated.

He said there was an organic relationship between the rise in crime rate and increase in drug addiction as he said many arrested criminals have confessed to using hard drugs.


Agbo hailed the collaboration between the NDLEA and other government agencies towards addressing the drug problem in Nigerja and urged them to do more in that regard.

READ ALSO: Oba’s palace submerged in flood, scores of residents rendered homeless in Ekiti.

He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.


The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.


A member of the committee, Mohammed Shamsudeen Bello, urged the agency to maintain close relationship with the committee to work out solutions to the challenges facing the agency.


He said the onus lies on the agency to work out a proper road map for making the agency more effective.

Another member of the committee, Hon Bamidle Salam said the problem of drug addiction affects every sector of the society.


He encouraged the NDLEA to leverage on donor organisations and partner with international agencies to raise resources needed to fight drug addiction more effectively.
Hon. Chinedu Onwuaso in his remarks, observed that the rehabilitation centre at the NDLEA are obsolete and appalling.


He said since the agency was meant to reform, he called on the FG to equip the agency so as to carry out that function effectively.


Chairman of the NDLEA, Col. Mohammed Abdullai (Rtd), in his remarks, thanked the committee for the support to the agency and expressed hope that its staff strength would be boosted when it receives the go ahead for the second and third tranches of the recruitment exercise it has received approval for.

He said that will go a long way in addressing the shortfall in personnel in the agency.

READ ALSO: Firm laments plight of indigenous companies in Oil and Gas sector

The NDLEA boss said Nigeria has a big problem in its hands as it has overshot the global average of drug addiction which stands at 5 percent to 14 percent.


He said, “There is a big problem which we pretend not to know and hoping that a miracle will happen, this miracle will not happen, we must do something about this our 14 percent of our drug dependent cases.”


The NDLEA chairman said the Drug Enforcement Agency, DEA, in the US which has existed for many years had in the past years, lost 39 personel in line of duty while the NDLEA in five years, has lost 65 men in line of duty and said this has to do with lack of equipment.


He said the problem of drug addition is better fought with the use of technology and that cannot be achieved without resources.
He said the number of staff the NDLEA has are not even enough to handle the drug issues in Lagos, Kano and the FCT alone and said the agency intends to recruit from all the local governments in the country in its next recruitment exercise.


The NDLEA officials that came with the chairman added that the agency is facing challenges conveying witnesses to court as well as paying interpreters of foreign languages due to lack of funds.


They said a particular drug case has been stalled for several months due to lack of funds to pay the interpreter.


Members of the committee at the meeting included Hon. Beni Lar, Hon.Bamidele Salam, Hon.Abdullahi Saad Abdulkadir, Hon. Jimoh Ogunsola and Hon. Akintola George and so on.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Emily22(m): 11:14am On Oct 24, 2020
Source?
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Aliyumichika(m): 11:24am On Oct 24, 2020
He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.
The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Kaeboy(m): 12:27pm On Oct 24, 2020
Aliyumichika:
He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.
The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.
November first doesn't look feasible.

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by AududuNine11: 1:28pm On Oct 24, 2020
Aliyumichika:
He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.
The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.
thank you for the summary.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Parisleo: 2:02pm On Oct 24, 2020
Aliyumichika:
Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Narcotic Drugs, Dr. Francis Ottah Agbo, has called on the Federal Government to stop treating the problem of narcotic drug addiction in Nigeria with kid gloves.




He said the earlier the Federal Government begins to see narcotic drug addiction as a national emergency, the better for Nigeria.


A statement signed by Dr. Ottah Agbo’s media adviser, Mr. Andrew Agbese, indicated that the Honourable Member made the call at a pre-budget meeting with the Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), and top management officials of the agency at the National Assembly complex, Abuja.




Dr. Agbo, who represents Ado/Ogbadigbo/Okpokwu Federal Constituencyof Benue State, said the fight against narcotic drug addiction is so huge that it cannot be left for one agency alone to handle but must be supported by all to achieve the desired result. He restated the fact that the NDLEA is underfunded, underequipped and understaffed, stressing that these challenges make the agency a toothless bull dog.

He regretted that the NDLEA still uses civil war weapons to chase drug traffickers.




“As we speak, NDLEA still uses weapons used during the Nigeria-Biafra civil war, in the whole of Nigeria, we have only eight sniffer dogs even these dogs were donated to us by the Germans, we have very few scanners and all of these lack, hamper the smooth operation of the agency and only increased finding can bridge this gap” the chairman noted.


Agbo, who is the spokesman of the minority caucus of the House of Representatives , said the House Committee on Narcotic drugs is doing its best to empower the NDLEA to carry out its functions effectively and has proposed a restructuring of the laws establishing the Police Trust Fund Act to include the NDLEA as a beneficiary.

READ ALSO: AU ECOSOCC advocates domestication of child rights by states
He said, ” We all recall that the NDLEA was established to investigate, arrest and prosecute drug offenders, so it’s a policing institution.


“And we feel that one of the ways to make it have more resources for it to bark and bite is to include it as a beneficiary of the Trust Fund.”


The Honourable Chairman also said the NDLEA should be listed among the security agencies in the country.


He said, “If you look at the responsibilities of the NDLEA, you will agree with me that it is also a security agency.”
Dr. Ottah Agbo said the drug problem threatens all segments of the country especially the youths, and stressed that, “if we say the youths are the leaders of tomorrow then we must secure the future now by defeating illicit drug or else there may be no country that we can proudly call our own tomorrow, except all hands are on deck to fight this scourge.”


He said the problem of drug addiction poses existential threat to Nigeria more than corruption.


“We keep saying at the level of our committee here that if we fail to kill nacortic drug addiction, it will destroy Nigeria,” he stated.

He said there was an organic relationship between the rise in crime rate and increase in drug addiction as he said many arrested criminals have confessed to using hard drugs.


Agbo hailed the collaboration between the NDLEA and other government agencies towards addressing the drug problem in Nigerja and urged them to do more in that regard.

READ ALSO: Oba’s palace submerged in flood, scores of residents rendered homeless in Ekiti.

He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.


The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.


A member of the committee, Mohammed Shamsudeen Bello, urged the agency to maintain close relationship with the committee to work out solutions to the challenges facing the agency.


He said the onus lies on the agency to work out a proper road map for making the agency more effective.

Another member of the committee, Hon Bamidle Salam said the problem of drug addiction affects every sector of the society.


He encouraged the NDLEA to leverage on donor organisations and partner with international agencies to raise resources needed to fight drug addiction more effectively.
Hon. Chinedu Onwuaso in his remarks, observed that the rehabilitation centre at the NDLEA are obsolete and appalling.


He said since the agency was meant to reform, he called on the FG to equip the agency so as to carry out that function effectively.


Chairman of the NDLEA, Col. Mohammed Abdullai (Rtd), in his remarks, thanked the committee for the support to the agency and expressed hope that its staff strength would be boosted when it receives the go ahead for the second and third tranches of the recruitment exercise it has received approval for.

He said that will go a long way in addressing the shortfall in personnel in the agency.

READ ALSO: Firm laments plight of indigenous companies in Oil and Gas sector

The NDLEA boss said Nigeria has a big problem in its hands as it has overshot the global average of drug addiction which stands at 5 percent to 14 percent.


He said, “There is a big problem which we pretend not to know and hoping that a miracle will happen, this miracle will not happen, we must do something about this our 14 percent of our drug dependent cases.”


The NDLEA chairman said the Drug Enforcement Agency, DEA, in the US which has existed for many years had in the past years, lost 39 personel in line of duty while the NDLEA in five years, has lost 65 men in line of duty and said this has to do with lack of equipment.


He said the problem of drug addition is better fought with the use of technology and that cannot be achieved without resources.
He said the number of staff the NDLEA has are not even enough to handle the drug issues in Lagos, Kano and the FCT alone and said the agency intends to recruit from all the local governments in the country in its next recruitment exercise.


The NDLEA officials that came with the chairman added that the agency is facing challenges conveying witnesses to court as well as paying interpreters of foreign languages due to lack of funds.


They said a particular drug case has been stalled for several months due to lack of funds to pay the interpreter.


Members of the committee at the meeting included Hon. Beni Lar, Hon.Bamidele Salam, Hon.Abdullahi Saad Abdulkadir, Hon. Jimoh Ogunsola and Hon. Akintola George and so on.
What do they mean by in it's next recruitment exercise..abi my eyes no see well..the one of 2019 nkor
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Axzobr: 3:03pm On Oct 24, 2020
Aliyumichika:
Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Narcotic Drugs, Dr. Francis Ottah Agbo, has called on the Federal Government to stop treating the problem of narcotic drug addiction in Nigeria with kid gloves.




He said the earlier the Federal Government begins to see narcotic drug addiction as a national emergency, the better for Nigeria.


A statement signed by Dr. Ottah Agbo’s media adviser, Mr. Andrew Agbese, indicated that the Honourable Member made the call at a pre-budget meeting with the Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), and top management officials of the agency at the National Assembly complex, Abuja.




Dr. Agbo, who represents Ado/Ogbadigbo/Okpokwu Federal Constituencyof Benue State, said the fight against narcotic drug addiction is so huge that it cannot be left for one agency alone to handle but must be supported by all to achieve the desired result. He restated the fact that the NDLEA is underfunded, underequipped and understaffed, stressing that these challenges make the agency a toothless bull dog.

He regretted that the NDLEA still uses civil war weapons to chase drug traffickers.




“As we speak, NDLEA still uses weapons used during the Nigeria-Biafra civil war, in the whole of Nigeria, we have only eight sniffer dogs even these dogs were donated to us by the Germans, we have very few scanners and all of these lack, hamper the smooth operation of the agency and only increased finding can bridge this gap” the chairman noted.


Agbo, who is the spokesman of the minority caucus of the House of Representatives , said the House Committee on Narcotic drugs is doing its best to empower the NDLEA to carry out its functions effectively and has proposed a restructuring of the laws establishing the Police Trust Fund Act to include the NDLEA as a beneficiary.

READ ALSO: AU ECOSOCC advocates domestication of child rights by states
He said, ” We all recall that the NDLEA was established to investigate, arrest and prosecute drug offenders, so it’s a policing institution.


“And we feel that one of the ways to make it have more resources for it to bark and bite is to include it as a beneficiary of the Trust Fund.”


The Honourable Chairman also said the NDLEA should be listed among the security agencies in the country.


He said, “If you look at the responsibilities of the NDLEA, you will agree with me that it is also a security agency.”
Dr. Ottah Agbo said the drug problem threatens all segments of the country especially the youths, and stressed that, “if we say the youths are the leaders of tomorrow then we must secure the future now by defeating illicit drug or else there may be no country that we can proudly call our own tomorrow, except all hands are on deck to fight this scourge.”


He said the problem of drug addiction poses existential threat to Nigeria more than corruption.


“We keep saying at the level of our committee here that if we fail to kill nacortic drug addiction, it will destroy Nigeria,” he stated.

He said there was an organic relationship between the rise in crime rate and increase in drug addiction as he said many arrested criminals have confessed to using hard drugs.


Agbo hailed the collaboration between the NDLEA and other government agencies towards addressing the drug problem in Nigerja and urged them to do more in that regard.

READ ALSO: Oba’s palace submerged in flood, scores of residents rendered homeless in Ekiti.

He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.


The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.


A member of the committee, Mohammed Shamsudeen Bello, urged the agency to maintain close relationship with the committee to work out solutions to the challenges facing the agency.


He said the onus lies on the agency to work out a proper road map for making the agency more effective.

Another member of the committee, Hon Bamidle Salam said the problem of drug addiction affects every sector of the society.


He encouraged the NDLEA to leverage on donor organisations and partner with international agencies to raise resources needed to fight drug addiction more effectively.
Hon. Chinedu Onwuaso in his remarks, observed that the rehabilitation centre at the NDLEA are obsolete and appalling.


He said since the agency was meant to reform, he called on the FG to equip the agency so as to carry out that function effectively.


Chairman of the NDLEA, Col. Mohammed Abdullai (Rtd), in his remarks, thanked the committee for the support to the agency and expressed hope that its staff strength would be boosted when it receives the go ahead for the second and third tranches of the recruitment exercise it has received approval for.

He said that will go a long way in addressing the shortfall in personnel in the agency.

READ ALSO: Firm laments plight of indigenous companies in Oil and Gas sector

The NDLEA boss said Nigeria has a big problem in its hands as it has overshot the global average of drug addiction which stands at 5 percent to 14 percent.


He said, “There is a big problem which we pretend not to know and hoping that a miracle will happen, this miracle will not happen, we must do something about this our 14 percent of our drug dependent cases.”


The NDLEA chairman said the Drug Enforcement Agency, DEA, in the US which has existed for many years had in the past years, lost 39 personel in line of duty while the NDLEA in five years, has lost 65 men in line of duty and said this has to do with lack of equipment.


He said the problem of drug addition is better fought with the use of technology and that cannot be achieved without resources.
He said the number of staff the NDLEA has are not even enough to handle the drug issues in Lagos, Kano and the FCT alone and said the agency intends to recruit from all the local governments in the country in its next recruitment exercise.


The NDLEA officials that came with the chairman added that the agency is facing challenges conveying witnesses to court as well as paying interpreters of foreign languages due to lack of funds.


They said a particular drug case has been stalled for several months due to lack of funds to pay the interpreter.


Members of the committee at the meeting included Hon. Beni Lar, Hon.Bamidele Salam, Hon.Abdullahi Saad Abdulkadir, Hon. Jimoh Ogunsola and Hon. Akintola George and so on.
Stale
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by judey1992(m): 6:36am On Oct 25, 2020
This recruitment matter tie gele. E dn tire me

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by derrick015: 8:13am On Oct 25, 2020
judey1992:
This recruitment matter tie gele.
E dn tire me
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by hasyn04(m): 10:19am On Oct 25, 2020
Source??

Aliyumichika:
He said Nigerians want to know what is delaying the recruitment of more personel in the NDLEA having been approved by both the Presidency and the National Assembly, and called on the agency to make sure those who qualify get their letters of appointment on or before 1st of November.
The Feed Back Lawmaker assured the agency that all its estimates in the 2021 budget proposal would be dealt with expeditiously and passed on time for the agency.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by asoyedeji: 1:03pm On Oct 25, 2020
We need to bombard the concerned authorities with a lot of tweets on Twitter, Facebook, etc for them to act. But if we just keep quiet, nothing will happen.

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by derrick015: 2:24pm On Oct 25, 2020
asoyedeji:
We need to bombard the concerned authorities with a lot of tweets on Twitter, Facebook, etc for them to act. But if we just keep quiet, nothing will happen.
We won't have to. The list will be released this week
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by hasyn04(m): 3:21pm On Oct 25, 2020
Source: I no give you gist again.

derrick015:

We won't have to. The list will be released this week
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Vanbravo(m): 3:31pm On Oct 25, 2020
Good day to you my follow Nairalanders..



Please between Road Safety and NDLEA which one pays more and in terms of good working environment

Its urgent.

Thank you, God bless.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Hawie23luv: 5:31pm On Oct 25, 2020
derrick015:
We won't have to. The list will be released this week

Amen oooooo
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Parisleo: 6:10pm On Oct 25, 2020
Vanbravo:
Good day to you my follow Nairalanders..



Please between Road Safety and NDLEA which one pays more and in terms of good working environment

Its urgent.

Thank you, God bless.

Hmmm road safety in terms of walfare..NDLEA in terms of duties...u fit dey stand for road, even with three star o...inshort NDLEA jare is better
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Parisleo: 6:11pm On Oct 25, 2020
derrick015:

We won't have to. The list will be released this week


Hahaha...that one go be serious miracle o..in the state of chaos and unrest, a good News would be heard..let's wait sha

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by sleuthhound: 7:47pm On Oct 25, 2020
derrick015:

We won't have to. The list will be released this week
lol...u funny guys don start cheesy
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Vanbravo(m): 10:12pm On Oct 25, 2020
Parisleo:

Hmmm road safety in terms of walfare..NDLEA in terms of duties...u fit dey stand for road, even with three star o...inshort NDLEA jare is better

Thank you, God bless.
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Kaeboy(m): 10:45pm On Oct 25, 2020
Parisleo:

Hmmm road safety in terms of walfare..NDLEA in terms of duties...u fit dey stand for road, even with three star o...inshort NDLEA jare is better
True, it's only in road safety you will see 3 star doing road check. In terms of welfare, I don't really know
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Axzobr: 10:23am On Oct 26, 2020
I didn't take this job serious from the onset.
In fact I applied for it at the very last day.( I did cause it's more inclined with the course I read in the university)
This is oweing to the fact that I had a job then (bank contract job)

When I was invited for the test, I was surprise I almost missed the test tho thank God I did it very well.
When the result lingered I had already taken my mind off it.
Till I was let go at my place of work.

I pray God can have mercy of me and let me get this job embarassed

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by samso247(m): 10:50am On Oct 26, 2020
Axzobr:
I didn't take this job serious from the onset.
In fact I applied for it at the very last day.( I did cause it's more inclined with the course I read in the university)
This is oweing to the fact that I had a job then (bank contract job)

When I was invited for the test, I was surprise I almost missed the test tho thank God I did it very well.
When the result lingered I had already taken my mind off it.
Till I was let go at my place of work.

I pray God can have mercy of me and let me get this job embarassed




It is well bro
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Vanbravo(m): 10:53am On Oct 26, 2020
Axzobr:
I didn't take this job serious from the onset.
In fact I applied for it at the very last day.( I did cause it's more inclined with the course I read in the university)
This is oweing to the fact that I had a job then (bank contract job)

When I was invited for the test, I was surprise I almost missed the test tho thank God I did it very well.
When the result lingered I had already taken my mind off it.
Till I was let go at my place of work.

I pray God can have mercy of me and let me get this job embarassed

I sincerely wish you the best.

On the contrary, please I would advise you to pray very hard and if possible... get close to those guys at FCC

Please I would appreciate if anyone could help me with NDLEA salary scale.

THANK, GOD BLESS.

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Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Ndokwagirl(f): 11:38am On Oct 26, 2020
Vanbravo:


I sincerely wish you the best.

On the contrary, please I would advise you to pray very hard and if possible... get close to those guys at FCC

Please I would appreciate if anyone could help me with NDLEA salary scale.

THANK, GOD BLESS.
This one you're asking about salary is anything about to happen? Is it true that slots were given to FCC commissioners?
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Vanbravo(m): 11:49am On Oct 26, 2020
Ndokwagirl:
This one you're asking about salary is anything about to happen? Is it true that slots were given to FCC commissioners?

I pray so.



Please do you have any idea about their monthly packages
Re: NDLEA Recruitment 2019: How To Apply For National Drug Law Enforcement AgencyJob by Ndokwagirl(f): 12:06pm On Oct 26, 2020
Vanbravo:


I pray so.



Please do you have any idea about their monthly packages
no

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