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EFCC clears air on 2021 recruitment

Nigerian authorities has ordered that the deliberate screening of 5,000 candidates searching for employment with the Nationwide Drug Legislation Enforcement Company NDLEA be stopped.

This grew to become obligatory following the elevated unfold of coronavirus within the nation.

Authorities stated that the screening slated for this month was wrongly timed in view of the alarming charge of unfold of COVID-19.

Solicitor Basic of the Federation SGF and Everlasting Secretary within the Federal Ministry of Justice Mr Dayo Apata, made this recognized in an announcement.

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An announcement by the SGF learn partially, “The eye of the Legal professional Basic of the Federation and Minister of Justice has been drawn to the truth that the NDLEA has instructed a complete of 5,000 candidates to look on the Company’s Academy, Citadel Counter-Narcotics Nigeria, (CCNN), Katton-Rikkos, Jos, Plateau State for the screening and documentation train between January 10 and 23, 2021

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The Legal professional Basic urged the Solicitor Basic of the Federation and Everlasting Secretary, Federal Ministry of Justice, Mr. Dayo Apata, SAN to hunt recommendation from the Presidential Activity Pressure on COVID-19 on the general public well being implications of such an train.

“Contemplating the above, Malami directed the Chairman of the NDLEA to carry additional motion on this train pending the receipt of clarification/recommendation from the Presidential Activity Pressure,” the assertion added.

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In the meantime, President Muhammadu Buhari has accredited the appointment of former Navy Administrator of Lagos State, Brigadier Basic Mohamed Buba Marwa (rtd), because the New Director Basic (DG) of the Nationwide Drug Legislation Enforcement Company (NDLEA).

Marwa, till this appointment was the Chairman of the Presidential Committee on Drug Abuse.

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