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NDLEA Directs Successful Batches 2 And 3 Narcortic Assistant Candidates

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has directed successful batches 2 and 3 Narcotic Assistant (NASS) candidates to report for training in the order of groups and dates scheduled against their names. While the batch 2 list had been published on Wednesday 7th July, 2021, the batch 3 list is published along this statement.

Successful candidates whose names are listed on the published list on the Agencys website: www.ndlea.gov.ng should report for training at NDLEA Academy, Katon Rikkos, Jos, Plateau State for training in order of groups specified below:

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a. GROUP ONE (2ND BATCH). Serial Number 1 350 (Saturday 27th November, 2021).

b. GROUP TWO (2ND BATCH). Serial Number 351 700 (Sunday 28th November, 2021).

c. GROUP THREE (2ND BATCH). Serial Number 701 1,000 (Monday 29th November, 2021).

d. GROUP FOUR (3RD BATCH). Serial Number 1 350 (Tuesday 30th November, 2021).

e. GROUP FIVE (3RD BATCH).
Serial Number 351 700 (Wednesday 1st December, 2021).

f. GROUP SIX (3RD BATCH). Serial Number 701 801 (Thursday 2nd December, 2021).

NDLEA Directs Successful Batches 2 And 3 Narcortic Assistant Candidates

INSTRUCTIONS

1. All successful candidates at the NDLEA Academy, Kotton Rikus, Jos with the following:

i. Original and photocopy of credentials as well as NDLEA online application reference slip.

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ii. Four copies of colour passport photograph without cap/hat.

iii. Writing materials to include biro, pencil, ruler, notebooks and file jacket.

iv. Three pairs of white (unmarked) round neck vests and navy blue shorts (without stripes).

v. Two pairs of white and black socks.

vi. Two pairs of pure black canvas trainers (rubber type NOT acceptable).

vii. Two white bed sheets and pillow cases.

viii. Two black trousers and white long sleeve shirts.

ix. One blanket (grey or army green colour).

x. Two pairs of national dress or suit and casual wears with shoes.

xi. Bucket, cutlasses and brooms to be purchased on arrival.

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xii. Some pocket money and toiletries.

xiii. Two black cloth facemasks.

2. All successful candidates must at all times observe COVID-19 protocols.

3. Candidates who fail to report by 6pm on Thursday 2nd December, 2021 will be disqualified.

FEMI BABAFEMI
Director, Media & Advocacy
Monday, 15th November, 2021

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This was the Governor who insisted that he cannot stop fulani herders from carrying out their legitimate businesses.

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Lagos Govt Trying To Avoid Truth, Blames #EndSARS Report To Computer Error – Panel

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The Lagos judicial panel on police brutality says the state government is trying to evade responsibility by citing computer errors in the #EndSARS report.

According to the panel’s report, protesters were killed at the Lekki tollgate on October 20, 2020 in what could be described in context as a “massacre”.

In a white paper on the report, the Lagos government accepted 11 out of the 32 recommendations of the panel, rejected one and accepted six with modifications.

The Lagos government also said the finding of the panel that nine persons died is “irreconcilable” with the testimony of John Obafunwa, a pathologist.

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PANEL REACTS

Responding to the Lagos government’s white paper in a statement released by Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, the panel said the state could have reached out to members for clarifications where necessary.

“The chairperson, all panel members and indeed the secretariat of the Panel were all within the reach of the LASG for clarifications if there was sincerity, other than picking holes in order to evade responsibility on account of computer errors and tabular alignments of cut and paste,” the statement reads.

The panel also said the duplication of names on its list of casualties was as a result of a computer error, adding that they considered several dictionary definitions of the word ‘massacre’ before it was used.

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“This was a misnomer from the spreadsheet that ought to have terminated at Page 297 but mistakenly overlapped to Page 298 with the same names and same numbers,” the panel said.

“It was the computer error of the secretariat of the panel which could have been corrected as the secretariat of the panel was domiciled in the ministry of justice at all times.

“In any event, the mere fact of repetition of same names on a table cannot without more, nullify the uncontroverted evidence of death.

“The panel considered several definitions of the word MASSACRE and adopted one of the dictionary meanings of MASSACRE as being ‘the act or instance of killing a number of usually helpless or unresisting human beings under circumstances of atrocity or cruelty’.

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“​The Panel considered that firing live bullets at unarmed, peaceful and unresisting protesters which led to the death of some of them, was cruel and atrocious on the part of the military and the police. The White Paper ignored these explanations and findings by the Panel.”

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Nigeria’s security challenges will soon end — Osinbajo

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“A lot of the security challenges we experience in Nigeria today will be resolved in due course.

“This country will be stronger and greater, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo said in Abuja on Thursday.

He was responding to remarks made by members of the Muhammadu Buhari/Osinbajo Dynamic Support Group, who visited him.

“We must never relent in ensuring that we keep to the ideals of the country and we don’t lose sight of what we are trying to achieve here.

“The president has always remained steadfast and focused in resolving the problems of the country beginning with security.

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“He is a steady hand; he is unflappable, he is not panicky, he is focused and looking at the security issues every day, and trying to advance the best possible solutions,’’ Osinbajo said.

“People who suggest that the country breaks up, whatever may be the reason for their views, are certainly not correct and we must say so to them at every turn.

“The unity of this country is important for all of the different ethnicities, religions, everybody. Whatever the group or ideology, unity is important for every one of us.

“It is wrong for a country that is the largest economy in Africa and definitely going to be one of the largest economies in the world, to start thinking in terms of fragmenting itself.

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Nigeria’s security challenges will soon end — Osinbajo

“If you fragment, the problems are going to multiply, poverty will multiply,’’ the vice-president added.

Earlier, the National Coordinator of the visiting group, Usman Ibrahim, commended Osinbajo for his commitment to leadership and promotion of national unity.

Ibrahim said Osinbajo’s performance in office, his excellence, humility, loyalty, industry, professionalism and dedication to duty were enviable.

He pledged the loyalty and support of the group for the actualisation of the objectives of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

“We appreciate you for your sacrifices and commitment to the actualisation of the `Next Level’ agenda, especially your commitment towards improving the welfare of the downtrodden through the platforms of “Tradermoni’’ and “Marketmoni’’, programmes.

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Ibrahim told the vice-president about the forthcoming launch of a compendium showcasing the achievements of the Buhari’s administration across different sectors.

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