The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has appealed to the candidates who missed the Computer Based Test, CBT, to be patient as modalities were being worked out to ensure that they sit for the aptitude test.
The NDLEA’s spokesman, Jonah Achema, made the appeal in Abuja while assessing the compliance of prospective candidates towards the ongoing NDLEA recruitment exercises nationwide.
According to him, CBT exams for Abuja centre will hold from Friday December 27 to Monday December 31, adding that the affected applicants had been contacted through emails and SMS.
Mr Achema stated that the agency is determined to ensure that the integrity of the recruitment process is maintained in the selection of suitable 1000 Narcotic officers in the first phase of the exercise.
“We are not unaware of the complaints by those excluded by computer from the ongoing exercise on grounds of age, improper documentation at the time of application and/or failing to upload relevant documents in support of their application.
“These are the pre-qualification requirements for the recruitment exercise. Some may have been excluded on account of their own carelessness, having left the email address and telephone number used for the application dormant or replaced, and consequently could not be reached,” Mr Achema said.
The spokesman said the Agency was happy with the successful completion of the aptitude test in all the centers, “except Abuja where impatience and unruly behavior of some applicants led to the rescheduling of the aptitude test”.