NDLEA extends recruitment application deadline by one week

Brig.-Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (retd.), the Chairman/Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), has granted approval for an extension of the agency’s recruitment portal’s application deadline by one week.

He stated that this will provide an opportunity for applicants experiencing difficulties in submitting their applications to make use of the extra time to finish the process.

In a press release made on the agency’s behalf by Mr. Femi Babafemi, the Director of Media and Advocacy, in Abuja yesterday, it was declared that the application deadline has been extended.

According to Babafemi, the recruitment portal was opened on March 12 and initially programmed to close on April 8.

The spokesman further explained that the recruitment portal’s closing time has been shifted to 11:59 pm on Monday, April 17, providing a window for incomplete applications to be concluded.

Moreover, the additional time will allow potential candidates who are yet to register to leverage the extension to submit their applications.

How to Apply for NDLEA Recruitment Form 2023.

To apply, go to recruitment.ndlea.gov.ng, log in, and carefully fill in your correct information via the official portal. Also, bookmark this web page to see the latest update regarding the NDLEA employment exercise.

  • Applicants must also show all certificates at the time of recruitment, since any other qualification presented afterward will not be recognized for career advancement in the agency.
  • Applicants must be medically fit and must present a certificate of medical fitness from a government hospital, according to the NDLEA.
  • Candidates applying for the post of “superintendent cadre” must be at least 20 years old and no more than 35 years old at the time of entry, but the age restriction for “narcotic agent cadre” and “narcotic assistant cadre” is 30 years old and no less than 18 years old.
  • The agency stated that “those above the age of 40” who apply for the positions of “medical physicians” and “articulated vehicle drivers” will be considered.
  • Medical and allied professionals must possess current practising licences while lawyers must have been called to bar.
  • Applicants must be drug-free and also be of good character and must not have been convicted of any criminal offence.
  • Applicants must utilize their own email address and phone numbers while submitting their applications online.

Qualified candidates should go to the NDLEA website at www.ndlea.gov.ng, click on careers, and carefully read the guidelines.