The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency says it has released the list of successful applicants in its ongoing recruitment exercise.
NDLEA spokesman, Deputy Commander of Narcotics Jonah Achema, announced this in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja.
Achema urged successful candidates to visit the agency’s website www.ndlea.gov.org for the list adding that those shortlisted had also been contacted via E-mail and SMS.
According to him, the candidates had applied for different vacancies, some of which were invited for a job competency test.
“The affected candidates, numbering 5,000, are to appear at the Agency’s Academy, Citadel Counter-Narcotics Nigeria, Katton-Rikkos, Jos, Plateau State, for the screening and documentation exercise between January 10 and 23, 2021 at 0900 hours daily.
“The candidates are divided into four different groups for the screening, in adherence to the COVID-19 pandemic protocol.
“The order and schedule for the exercise according to the group into which the candidates fall are also indicated. They are expected to arrive a day ahead of their screening period,” said Achema.
He added that successful candidates were expected to be issued letters of appointment and documented immediately upon successful screening.
“Candidates are, therefore, to report for the screening exercise with their guarantors’ forms, originals and duplicates of academic credentials, birth certificate or age declaration and indigene certificates.
“They are also expected to come along with a certificate of medical fitness from a government hospital as well as a pair of shorts, T-shirts, canvass and stockings,” the NDLEA spokesman said.
NAN reports that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had approved the recruitment of 5,000 Personnel for the agency to boost its manpower in July 2019.
The process began in August 2019, while the aptitude test was conducted in December 2019 and January 2020.
Nigeria To Sell Unused Power To Four countries.
Nigeria is in talks with four West African countries to sell unused Electricity to them through a planned $570 million Northcore Power Transmission Line.
About 2,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity is said to be unutilised daily across the Generation Companies (GenCos) in Nigeria and could be exported.
“The power we will be selling is the power that is not needed in Nigeria. These generators that are going to supply power to this transmission line are going to generate that power specifically for this project. So it is unutilised power.”
I Will Retire To Cattle Farm In 2023 – Buhari.
President Muhammadu Buhari says his plan after his tenure ends in 2023 is to retire to his farm and tend to his cattle.
The 78-year-old said during an interview aired on Arise TV on Thursday, June 10, 2021 that he will keep himself busy by going to the farm daily.
“The problem is trying to understand the culture of the cattle rearers,” the president said, as he repeated his claim that the herders causing trouble in the country are not Nigerians.
The president also expressed his strong objection to power devolution and agitation for secession, noting that its promoters are not thinking deeply enough about consequences.
Buhari refused to be drawn into talking about his legacy when he leaves office, opting instead to allow Nigerians decide.
Federal Government Counts N3.94t Trade Loss In Q1
Federal Government Counts N3.94t Trade Loss In The First Quarter Of 2021
The Federal Government recorded N3.94tn trade deficit in the first quarter of 2021, the National Bureau of Statistics revealed on Sunday.
Federal government counts loss according to NBS’ report titled ‘Foreign trade statistics Q1,2021’,Q1,2021’, the value of total trade was 6.99 per cent higher in Q1 2021 compared to Q4 2020 and 14.13 per cent higher than the value recorded in Q1, 2020.
Part of the report containing federal government counts loss read, “For the first quarter of 2021, Nigeria’s total merchandise trade stood at N9.76tn representing 6.99 per cent increase over the value recorded in Q4,2020 and 14.13 per cent compared to Q1,2020.
“The export component of this trade stood at N2.91tn, representing 29.79 per cent of the total trade while import was valued at N6.85tn representing 70.21 per cent.
“The higher level of imports over exports resulted in a trade deficit (in goods) of N3.94tn.
“The value of crude oil export stood at N1.93tn representing 66.38 per cent of the total export recorded in Q1, 2021, while non –crude oil export accounted for 33.62 per cent of the total export.”
According to the report, in Q1 2021, total import was valued at N6.85tn representing 70.21 per cent of the total trade.
This value rose by 15.61 per cent in Q1, 2021 compared to Q4,2020 and 54.30 per cent compared to Q1,2020.
Imports by SITC revealed that machinery & transport equipment accounted for N2.492.73bn.
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