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NDLEA Recruitment 2023: Effortless Registration Through the New Link

NDLEA Recruitment 2022: The Ultimate Guide to Effortless Registration



NDLEA Recruitment 2023: The Ultimate Guide to Effortless Registration

 Fight against illegal drugs in Nigeria? The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has some great news for you. Their recruitment portal for 2023 is now open. The process is pretty competitive, so make sure you’re on top of your game for the screening test.

But here’s even better news – the NDLEA has introduced a new link to their recruitment portal. This makes the registration process much smoother and hassle-free for all applicants.

The link,, is user-friendly and accessible to anyone interested in joining the agency.

Looking to join NDLEA? The recruitment process is straightforward. First, visit the recruitment portal and create an account. This site is user-friendly and designed to make the registration process a breeze. Be sure to fill in accurate details, such as education, work history, and personal information.

After registration, you’ll receive a confirmation email with your login details. Use these to access your account and finish up your application form. Remember, all information should be correct, and you must upload necessary documents like your passport photo, birth certificate, and educational certificates.

If you meet the basic requirements, you’ll be invited to undergo the NDLEA aptitude test. This computer-based exam gauges your cognitive abilities and is quite competitive, so prepare adequately for it.

For the 2023 recruitment, NDLEA has provided a new, easy-access link to the portal. Make sure your details are accurate and that you ready yourself for the screening to boost your chances. NDLEA is keen on recruiting only the best to help fight the illegal drug menace in Nigeria.

Chidimma Johnson is a Travel Content Manager and Writer at Dimples Online Media, paying specific attention to Travel and Finance . After achieving a BA in Political Science in 2019, Chidimma pursued her long-time desire to work in media and joined Republic World as a writer. Working closely with the top online media.