This bog post will provide you with the comprehensive list of successful candidates that are shortlisted for interview in the ongoing NDLEA 2023 recruitment exercise.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is pleased to announce that the shortlisted candidates for the 2023 recruitment exercise have advanced to the interview stage. The interview phase is a crucial step in determining the final candidates who will join the NDLEA in their mission to combat drug trafficking and abuse in Nigeria. As the interview instructions are set to be released, the anticipation builds among the shortlisted candidates who are eager to showcase their skills, experience, and commitment to serving the nation.
The NDLEA is confident that this phase will help identify exceptional individuals who possess the qualities needed to contribute effectively to the agency’s important work in ensuring a drug-free society.
The Much Awaited List is Finally out!
Earlier in the afternoon, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has just released the highly anticipated list of successful candidates for the interview phase of its 2023 recruitment exercise. The aspiring individuals who have successfully made it through the initial selection process have been notified of their advancement to the next stage.
The release of the list marks an exciting milestone in the recruitment journey, as it brings the shortlisted candidates one step closer to realizing their dreams of joining the prestigious NDLEA.
As the candidates prepare themselves for the interview phase, excitement fills the air, and anticipation builds. The NDLEA is eager to witness the potential and capabilities of these individuals as they showcase their suitability for the agency’s critical mission of combating drug trafficking and abuse.
Download the Full List
Congratulations to all the successful candidates! We wish you the very best as you embark on the next phase of the recruitment process, and we have no doubt that you will make a significant impact in the fight against drug-related crimes in Nigeria.
In the past few weeks, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) conducted an online test as part of the selection process for its 2023 recruitment exercise. This online test aimed to assess the knowledge, skills, and aptitude of the applicants, ensuring that only the most qualified individuals move forward in the recruitment process.
While the online test served as a crucial step in the evaluation of candidates, it is essential to acknowledge that some applicants faced challenges due to a slow online portal. The slow portal added an extra layer of stress and frustration to an already demanding process.
How NDLEA Reacted to the Complaints
NDLEA apologized and commended the resilience and determination of all applicants who persevered through the difficulties encountered during the online test. Also, the period of the online test was extended with some hours to enable applicants have more time to complete the test.