NDLEA Full List of Shortlisted Candidates – Required Documents for Interviews/Screening

You can now check NDLEA Full List of Shortlisted Candidates, Required Documents for Interviews/Screening – The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is a Nigerian government agency responsible for combating drug trafficking and abuse in the country.

If you are applying for a position with the NDLEA and have successfully passed the initial application stage, you may be required to attend an interview or screening session.

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) recruitment interview and physical screening of shortlisted candidates commenced on Monday 5th June 2023. Candidates are expected to go to their respective interview centres along with the required documents or they would be disqualified.

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has invited Superintendent Cadre Candidates who passed the recent assessment test and shortlisted Narcotic Agent/Narcotic Assistant Cadre applicants for screening/interview in locations indicated in the respective batches under which their names appear at 8am from Monday 5th  to Friday 16th June 2023,” the statement reads.

To ensure a smooth and efficient process, it is important to have all the necessary documents with you. In this article, we provide you with a comprehensive NDLEA Full List of Shortlisted Candidates and required documents for interviews/screening.

Addresses of NDLEA screening/interview centres

According to the management of NDLEA, the physical screening will be held in five different locations across the Nation. Below are the locations addresses:

  • FCT Abuja: at the NDLEA Headquarters, No 6 Port Harcourt Crescent, off
  • Gimbiya Street, Garki Area 11 Abuja, FCT.
  • Kano State: at the Kano State Command of NDLEA, Airport Road, Kano.
  • Lagos State: the NDLEA Liaison Office, 4 Shaw Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
  • Plateau State: at the NDLEA Academy, Katton Rikkos, Jos.
  • Rivers State: NDLEA Command, Artillery Junction, Aba Road, Port Harcourt

NDLEA Full List of Shortlisted Candidates

 Applicants can check below for their names and download the PDF:

Supt. Cadre Shortlisted candidates Pdf Download

Full List of NDLEA Required Documents for Interviews/Screening

Keep in mind that candidates who fail to bring necessary documents would be disqualified and sent home. Here is the full list of NDLEA required documents for interview/screening.

  • All academic certificates
  • Birth or declaration of age
  • NYSC discharge or exemption certificates.
  • Certificate of state of origin.
  • Professional certificates (where necessary).
  • Two recent colour passport photographs without cap/hat.
  • Completed copies of the guarantors’ forms
  • Printed National Identification Card containing NIN.
  • Bank Verification Number (BVN).
  • Certificate of medical fitness from a government hospital (not older than three months).
  • Trade Test Certificate for Narcotic Assistants (if any).
  • Writing materials.
  • A pair of white (unmarked) round neck T shirt and navy blue shorts (without stripes), white canvass and white socks.

Note: Candidates who fail to report to their respective centres with documents and items stated above would be disqualified. Also, all shortlisted candidates will undergo drug integrity test.

Application Confirmation Slip: This is the document that confirms your successful submission of the NDLEA online application form. It contains your application number and other relevant details. Make sure to print out a copy and bring it with you to the interview or screening venue.

Educational Certificates: Bring along your original educational certificates, such as your WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, or any other relevant academic qualifications. These certificates verify your educational background and are essential for the verification process.

Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age: Provide an original copy of your birth certificate or a declaration of age document. This is necessary to confirm your age and eligibility for the position you have applied for.

NYSC Discharge Certificate/Exemption Letter: If you are a graduate and have completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program, bring along your NYSC discharge certificate. Alternatively, if you have been exempted from the program, provide the exemption letter issued by NYSC.

Local Government Identification: Obtain a letter of identification from your local government area. This document serves as proof of your residence and identity.

Valid Identification: Carry a valid means of identification, such as a national identity card, international passport, driver’s license, or voter’s card. This is required to verify your identity during the interview or screening process.

Passport Photographs: Have a few recent passport-sized photographs with you. These photographs may be needed for documentation purposes or for attaching to application forms.

Certificate of Medical Fitness: Obtain a certificate of medical fitness from a recognized government hospital or clinic. This certificate confirms that you are physically and mentally fit to carry out the duties associated with the position you have applied for.

Reference Letters: If you have any reference letters from previous employers, academic institutions, or other reputable sources, it is advisable to bring them along. These letters can strengthen your application and provide additional evidence of your qualifications and character.

Any Other Relevant Documents: Depending on the specific requirements of the NDLEA and the position you have applied for, there may be additional documents requested. It is essential to carefully read and follow the instructions provided by the NDLEA to ensure you have all the necessary documents on hand.

Remember, it is important to keep both the original copies and photocopies of the required documents. While the originals will be used for verification, the photocopies will serve as backup and may be retained by the NDLEA for their records.

A high standard of discipline is expected from all candidates. Therefore, any candidate from other batches seen loitering around the interview centres on dates they are not scheduled or those who disobey any given instruction during the screening would be disqualified.

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How To Confirm The 2023 NDLEA Shortlisted Candidates

According to NDLEA authorities, shortlisted candidates are currently receiving SMS and email invites to take the computer-based test.

  • Only the center of the candidate’s choosing may be used for the recruiting exam. To find out if you have already been chosen for the screening exercise, follow the guidelines below.
  • Visit www.ndlea.gov.ng to access the NDLEA’s official shortlist website.
  • Use your username and password to log in.

Check to see if the phone number and email address you provided throughout the application process are still in use.

Attending an NDLEA interview or screening session requires thorough preparation and organization. By ensuring that you have all the required documents on hand, you can demonstrate your readiness and professionalism. Pay attention to the specific instructions provided by the NDLEA and double-check your documents before attending the interview or screening. Good luck with your application!

Supt. Cadre Shortlisted candidates Pdf Download



Is the NDLEA list out?

Yes, NDLEA shortlisted candidates 2023/2024 is out. The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency has shortlisted a total of three thousand, eight hundred and seventy two (3872) applicants for the just concluded recruitment exercise.

How do I check my NDLEA application status?

Ensure you check the Application status of your application by visiting NDLEA recruitment portal @ https://www.ndlea.gov.ng.

How to check Army Shortlist 2023?

The Nigerian Army wishes to inform the general public and all applicants that applied for 85 Regular Recruits Intake 2023 to visit the Nigerian Army website https://recruitment.army.mil.ng to check the list of shortlisted candidates.

What are the requirements for NDLEA 2023?

Basic Requirements for 2023 NDLEA Recruitment

  • Education Requirement: Any qualification from any recognized institution is accepted
  • Minimum Age: 25 years old
  • Height: Not less than 1.65m for the male applicants and 1.60m for the female applicants.
  • Preferred Qualification: Any Location

What are the requirements for NDLEA screening?

Application Confirmation Slip

  • Educational Certificates
  • Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
  • NYSC Discharge Certificate/Exemption Letter
  • Local Government Identification:
  • Valid Identification
  • Passport Photographs
  • Certificate of Medical Fitness
  • Reference Letters
  • Any Other Relevant Documents

What is the date and time for NDLEA screening/interview?

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has invited Superintendent Cadre Candidates who passed the recent assessment test and shortlisted Narcotic Agent/Narcotic Assistant Cadre applicants for screening/interview in locations indicated in the respective batches under which their names appear at 8am from Monday 5th to Friday 16th June 2023.

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