NDLEA Gives Fresh Update On Recruitment, List Interview Centre

Get the latest updates on the NDLEA recruitment oral interview exercise for the Superintendent Cadre and the shortlisted candidates for the Narcotic Agent/Narcotic Assistant Cadre.

Check the designated centres, dates, and requirements. Prepare for success in this crucial stage of the recruitment process.

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has recently provided important updates regarding the oral interview exercise for candidates of the Superintendent Cadre who successfully passed the online assessment test, as well as the shortlisted candidates for the Narcotic Agent/Narcotic Assistant Cadre.

Femi Babafemi, the NDLEA Director of Media and Advocacy, released a statement on Thursday outlining the details.

Oral Interview Exercise Dates and Centres

According to the statement, the oral interview exercise will be conducted in batches and will take place from Monday, 5th June to Friday, 16th June 2023.

The interview sessions will be held at five designated centres across the country.

Candidates are advised to carefully check the official NDLEA website for their names and the specific centre assigned to them.

NDLEA Interview Centres Nationwide

The five designated interview centres for the NDLEA are as follows:

  • Abuja
  • Lagos
  • Jos
  • Kano
  • Port Harcourt

Preparation for the Interview

Shortlisted candidates for the oral interview are required to bring their credentials, both original copies and photocopies, to the interview venue.

It is essential to ensure that all the necessary documents are complete and in order before attending the interview.

The NDLEA places great importance on this stage of the recruitment process, and candidates are advised to make adequate preparations, familiarize themselves with the content of their credentials, and gather any other relevant information they may need to present during the interview.

The NDLEA’s release of fresh updates regarding the oral interview exercise for the Superintendent Cadre and the shortlisted candidates for the Narcotic Agent/Narcotic Assistant Cadre demonstrates the agency’s commitment to a transparent and efficient recruitment process.

By conducting the interviews in batches and across five designated centres, the NDLEA aims to provide equal opportunities for all eligible candidates.

Aspirants must pay close attention to the instructions provided, check their names on the agency’s website, and ensure they come prepared with all the necessary documents for the interview.

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How can I check if I have been shortlisted for the NDLEA oral interview?

To check if you have been shortlisted, visit the official NDLEA website and look for the list of shortlisted candidates for the oral interview. Enter your details as required to access the information.

Can I choose the interview centre?

No, the interview centre will be assigned to you based on the information provided during the application process. It is important to check the NDLEA website for the assigned centre and make the necessary arrangements to attend the interview at the designated location.

What documents do I need to bring for the oral interview?

Shortlisted candidates are required to bring both the original copies and photocopies of their credentials. These may include educational certificates, identification documents, birth certificates, and any other relevant documents requested by the NDLEA.

What should I do if there is an error in my name or other details on the shortlist?

If you notice any errors in your name or other details on the shortlist, you should contact the NDLEA immediately for clarification and guidance. Ensure that your personal information is accurate and matches the documents you will be presenting during the interview.

What can I expect during the oral interview?

The oral interview is an opportunity for the NDLEA to assess your suitability for the Superintendent Cadre or Narcotic Agent/Narcotic Assistant Cadre. It may involve questions about your qualifications, experience, motivation, and your understanding of the agency’s mission

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