NDLEA Shortlisted Candidates 2020

This November guide contains all the updated information you need on the NDLEA Shortlisted Candidates 2020 – including the final list and updates – for the NDLEA 2021 recruitment.

To know all the important details about the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for the 2019/2020 batch, stay glued to this page.

As an agency of the Nigerian government established in 1990 to regulate and control the enforcement of drug law activities across Nigeria, the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency strives to recruit qualified candidates who will positively contribute to the commission. 

You have applied for the 2019 batch during the recruitment process. You have also been called for the exam and screening exercise.

At this point, the shortlist is a matter of concern for you. This is why this guide takes you through the official portal of the NDLEA and also how you will stay updated with necessary information.

The NDLEA Shortlisted Zones

The shortlisted candidates have been zoned according to the 6 geopolitical zones across the country. And They are:

  1. North Central (Middle Belt)
  2. South East
  3. North East
  4. North West
  5. South-South
  6. South West

The Shortlisted States For NDLEA Recruitment 2020 Screening Exercise

NOTE that there will be a quota assigned to each state of the federation where the recruitment exercise took place.

These states are:

  • Abia state
  • Adamawa state
  • Akwa Ibom state
  • Anambra state
  • Bauchi state
  • Bayelsa state
  • Benue state
  • Borno state
  • Cross River state
  • Delta state
  • Ebonyi state
  • Edo state
  • Ekiti state
  • Enugu state
  • Gombe state
  • Imo state
  • Jigawa state
  • Kaduna state
  • Kano state
  • Katsina state
  • Kebbi state
  • Kogi state
  • Kwara state
  • Lagos state
  • Niger state
  • Nasarawa state
  • Ogun state
  • Ondo state
  • Osun state
  • Oyo state
  • Plateau state
  • Rivers state
  • Sokoto state
  • Taraba state
  • Yobe state
  • Zamfara state
  • Federal Capital Territory (FCT)

Don’t Fall For Fake News

Any information that is not directly from the portal or office of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) should not be accepted without proper verification. 

Also, be aware that the NDLEA recruitment and shortlist updates do not come at a fee. So, don’t pay to anyone demanding money from you.

To appear on the NDLEA shortlist, you must have taken the exam. The commission will post the names according to the state of application. For example, if you applied and sat for the exam in Oyo state, your name will appear under Oyo state.

November 2020 NDLEA Shortlisted Updates

The NDLEA will soon release the shortlist for 2020. As soon as the date is out, the information will be updated here.

But start preparing for the exercise. You will need to go along with some necessary items. 

Necessary Items and Requirements for the NDLEA Training Exercise 2020 

After you’ve successfully seen your name on the shortlist, the next step to take is to get your items ready. You will have to go with the items for training. These are the items in no particular order:

  • Two pairs of white shorts
  • Two pairs of white round neck vest
  • Sport wears
  • Mosquito net
  • Cutlery
  • Cutlass
  • Two pairs of white canvas
  • Two pairs of white socks
  • Two white pillow cases
  • Two sets of white bedsheet
  • Broom 
  • Bucket
  • 8 recent passport photographs
  • Original and photocopies of credentials

Salary of the NDLEA Officers

The average salary paid to an NDLEA officer by the federal government is from N65,000 to N150,000.

When Will the NDLEA 2020 Shortlisted Candidates be Out?

This is the most important question applicants have been asking. The simple answer is that it will be out soon. The shortlist usually comes shortly after the screening and exam exercise.

How will I Know when the NDLEA 2020 Shortlisted Candidates is Out?

Keep visiting this page to stay informed and updated with the NDLEA 2020 shortlist. The PDF of the shortlist will be on the official portal www.ndlea.gov.ng so you should visit the portal to get verified information.

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