National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has appealed for calm amongst candidates present process the aptitude check for its recruitment nationwide.

A statement on Monday in Abuja by its Principal Staff Officer, Public Affairs of Agency, Jonah Achema, mentioned this adopted the administration’s evaluation of compliance of potential candidates in the direction of the recruitment.

It reads: “The company is conscious of little hitches within the ongoing Computer-Based Test (CBT) with explicit reference to Abuja Centre, and is decided to make sure that the integrity of the recruitment course of is maintained within the number of appropriate 1,000 narcotic officers within the first section of the recruitment.

“We should not unaware of the complaints by these excluded by pc from the continued train on grounds of age, improper documentation on the time of application and/or failing to add related paperwork in help of their application.

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“These are the pre-qualification necessities for the recruitment train. Some might have been excluded on account of their very own carelessness, having left the e-mail deal with and phone quantity used for the application dormant or changed, and consequently couldn’t be reached.

“The administration reinstated that this recruitment, which is the primary section of the recruitment for 15,000 personnel, is to recruit 5,000 personnel and is focused majorly on the decrease rank personnel (4,000 out of the 5,000) with a view to deal with the present personnel hole within the company.

“The company is pleased with the profitable completion of the aptitude check in all of the centres, besides Abuja, the place impatience and unruly behaviour of some candidates has led to the rescheduling of the aptitude check for candidates who have been unable to put in writing the check.

“The test for Abuja Centre has been rescheduled to hold from Friday, December 27, to Monday, December 31, 2019. The affected applicants are being contacted through emails and SMS.”

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