Are you looking to apply for the NDLEA job and finding it difficult to sign up or login to the online application portal? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
NDLEA Recruitment 2023 Portal
The NDLEA has opened its 2023 recruitment portal for interested applicants to apply for available positions in the agency. However, some applicants are facing difficulties with the sign-up and login process.
Steps to Login
- To successfully login to the NDLEA Recruitment portal, follow these steps:
- Go to https://recruitment.ndlea.gov.ng/login
- Click the portal menu on the top right side to see the necessary options
Click Login from the popup option and login as a returning applicant or Signup to create an account on the portal before you login.
Completing Your Application
After completing the above steps, you can log in to begin and complete your NDLEA application. If you encounter any issues with accessing the portal, try using different browsers to see which one works better for you.
You may also want to check out the Link To Apply For NDLEA Recruitment 2023. Additionally, before filling out the online form, download the application instructions to ensure you are reading the position that best suits your qualifications.
With these simple steps and additional resources, you can successfully log in and complete your NDLEA job application.
NDLEA Asks for Patience as Recruitment Website Faces Technical Issues
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency is currently experiencing technical issues with its NDLEA recruitment portal.
Over 200,000 applicants flooded the website on March 12, causing an overwhelming amount of traffic.
However, the NDLEA has assured candidates that it is working to resolve these challenges as soon as possible.
In a statement issued by the Director of Media and Advocacy, Femi Babafemi, the NDLEA explained that it is currently upgrading its infrastructure to accommodate the high volume of applicants. Despite successfully logging in over 53,170 applicants, the system is facing synchronisation issues at the back-end. However, the agency is working hard to resolve these issues and make the process seamless for candidates.
The NDLEA has apologised for the inconvenience caused and is urging applicants to be patient while the system completes its upgrades. The management of the agency has assured candidates that they are doing everything possible to ensure that the recruitment exercise runs smoothly.
Updated on 14.03.2023: NDLEA Recruitment Portal Is Down
The official National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) recruitment portal is currently inaccessible and returning an error message stating “500 Internal Server Error”. This issue is affecting all applicants across Nigeria.
Large Number of Applicants Crash Website
The NDLEA recruitment website has crashed due to the high volume of applicants trying to access it. As of Monday morning, the website was down and displaying a “502 Bad Gateway” message. The recruitment process began on Sunday, March 12, 2023, and will run for two weeks.
NDLEA Spokesperson Comments on Website Glitches
NDLEA spokesperson, Femi Babafemi, attributed the website glitches to the high volume of traffic on the website.
Voice of Nigeria Monitoring Situation
While awaiting an official statement from NDLEA, Piggybank.ng is monitoring the situation and will provide updates as soon as the issue is resolved. Applicants can check the website for the latest information on all federal government agencies’ recruitment.
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NDLEA Recruitment Requirements and Guidelines
Applicants must be of Nigerian origin by birth and possess a national identity number (NIN). Graduates of secondary schools, polytechnics, and universities can apply online, and computer literacy is an added advantage for all cadres.
Applicants must also be medically fit and provide a certificate of medical fitness from a government hospital. Candidates applying for the role of “superintendent cadre” must be between 20 and 35 years old, while the age limit for “narcotic agent cadre” and “narcotic assistant cadre” is 30 years and not less than 18 years at the point of entry.
Persons over 40 years applying for the role of “medical doctors” and “articulated vehicle drivers” will be considered. Medical and allied professionals must possess a current practicing license, and lawyers must have been called to the bar.
Applicants must be drug-free and of good character, with no criminal convictions. They must use their personal email address and phone number when submitting their applications online.