The Nationwide Drug Regulation Enforcement Company (NDLEA) on Monday introduced the suspension of the continuing screening of candidates for recruitment.
Recall that Lawyer Normal of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, had directed the Nationwide Drug Regulation Enforcement Company (NDLEA) to place the screening of 5,000 new recruits on maintain.
This, he stated, was as a result of second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.
The NDLEA’s spokesman, Deputy Commander of Narcotics, Jonah Achema, in an announcement on Monday stated the suspension of the screening was based mostly on strict compliance with the directives of the Minister of Justice, Mallam Abubakar Mallami, SAN.
“The company is ready to hunt recommendation from the Presidential Activity Power on COVID- 19 on the general public well being implications of such an train, particularly because it pertains to the adequacy and risk of strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols.
“The screening crew had been directed to droop all actions and return to the Nationwide Headquarters, Abuja, instantly for additional briefing.
“There shall be no prejudice in opposition to any candidate that turned up for the screening or that failed to take action,’’ he added.