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NDLEA 2019 Recruitment Exercise || Click To Apply Now

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency invites suitable applicants for recruitment. The available vacancies in the agency are as follows:

  1. Narcotic Officer Cadre
  2. Job Type: Permanent Position
    Location: Nation Wide
    Employer: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)
    Role Specific Requirement:
    • Candidate applying for Narcotic Officer Cadre shall be of age not less than Twenty two (22) years and not more than Thirty (30) years.
    • Candidate applying for Narcotic Officer Cadre must possess a minimum of first degree or Higher National Diploma (HND) from an institution of higher Learning recognized by the Federal Ministry of Education
    • The Candidate applying as Lawyer and Doctor must in addition to the first degree possess Professional Certificate in the relevant field.
  3. Narcotic Assistant (Nass) Cadre
  4. Job Type: Permanent Position
    Location: Nation Wide
    Employer: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)
    Role Specific Requirement:
    • Candidates applying for recruitment into the service for the rank of Narcotic Assistant (NASS) shall be of age not less than Eighteen (18) years and not more than Thirty (30) years of age.
    • Candidates applying for the rank of Narcotic Assistant (NASS) must have completed Secondary School


A candidate applying for recruitment into the Agency must fulfill the following conditions:
  • All applicants must fill in the application form provided on the website, upload passport and print out the application slip which would be used throughout the process of the recruitment.
  • Candidates shall be literate and must possess such educational qualifications as specified below for the position.
  • A Shortlisted candidate must be certified physically and mentally fit for recruitment by a medical officer from a Government Hospital before final selection.
  • All prospective candidates must be individuals with good character and must not have been convicted of any criminal offence save road traffic offence.
  • All prospective candidates must be free from any kind of financial insolvency or bankruptcy.
  • Candidates will be required to download two (2) referee forms to be filled by two (2) persons of reputable standing in the society.
  • Successful candidates will be required to fill further vetting forms.
  • All successful candidates will be subjected to random illicit drug use test throughout their service in the Agency.
  • Only shortlisted applicants shall be invited for further examination and interview.
Note: The Candidate applying as Lawyer and Doctor must in addition to the first degree possess Professional Certificates in the relevant field.
How to apply

Interested candidates should sign up and apply on (You must be signed up to apply). Deadline for submission of completed application is Thursday, August 29, 2019. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the next phase.

Download  Referee Form Here



Gubi collapsed bridge: Buhari reacts to death of ATBU students

President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the families of the students of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ABTU), Bauchi State, who lost their lives following the collapse of a bridge at its Gubi Campus after a downpour on Monday night.
DAILY POST reported earlier of palpable tension in Bauchi following the death of some students of the University who were reportedly killed following the collapse of a bridge linking the University.
Reacting, Buhari in a statement by his spokesman, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Tuesday, described the incident, as “tragic, sad and unfortunate’.
While condoling with the management, staff and students of the university, President Buhari called on the university authorities to prioritise the safety of students under their care.
He regretted that “these future leaders and potential family benefactors met such an untimely end.”
Buhari prayed almighty God to console the bereaved families and university community, and grant speedy healing to the injured students, and rest to the souls of the departed.




In the early hours of Tuesday morning; some students of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi Gubi Campus were reportedly injured while some lost their lives.

The ugly incident occurred within the hours of 12:30am and 1:00am on Tuesday. This was caused as a result of  the bridge failure that connect the students hostel and the school premises. The students were said to have been returning from their classrooms where they were reading in preparation for their exams which started a week ago. It was added that the collapsed metal bridge was in a bad state and there was not any effort by the school to build a befitting bridge especially during this raining season.
Some of the victims and deceased belongings like phones, bags, handouts and so on were found at the bank of the stream.
Some bodies are yet to be recovered while the survivals are still battling with their lives in the hospital.

Presently exams are been put on hold as students were said to had protest.

Details later...


Afronation Festival: Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, others thrill music lovers

The maiden edition of the urban music beach festival in Europe, Afronation festival was a huge success with amazing performances from Nigerian superstars and their foreign counterparts that delivered electrifying performances.
The 4 days event which was headlined by Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido held at the Algarve, Portimão, Portugal’s south coast from August 1st-4th.
The show was shut down by the headliners, D’Banj, AdekunleGold, Tiwa Savage, Maleek Berry, Terri, Teni,  to mention a few.

Afropop singer, David ‘Davido’ Adeleke performed his recent chart-topping single featuring Chris Brown “Blow my mind” for the first time at the festival. The Blow My Mind’s performance drew a lot of crowds and the people went wild at his performance.

StarBoy lead act, Wizkid while performing, also introduced his fellow Starboy act, Terri to the crowds.

Other artists that thrilled fans were IAMDDB, MIST, Yxng Bane, Stefflon Don, Ms Dynamite, DJs Charlie Sloth, Steel Banglez and Tim Westwood.

In addition to the main program, there were also beach and boat parties, and those in possession of a VIP ticket with reserved areas and a private bar




From the table of IRiS FILMS comes this amazing movie which is titled "POSITIVE LOVE" as directed by a popular video director, Felix Tha Boss whom on his field of professionalism has yet again proven to be unstoppable, energetic, talented and reliable.
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Sowore’s Arrest: Buhari’s Government Behaving Like Abacha’s – Prof. Soyinka Opens Up

The Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka, has condemned the arrest of activist Omoyele Sowore.
Mr Sowore, a presidential candidate in the last election, was arrested on Saturday for calling for a revolution against poor governance.
“Beyond the word ‘revolution, another much mis-used and misunderstood word, nothing that Sowore has uttered, written, or advocated suggests that he is embarking on, or urging the public to engage in a forceful overthrow of government,” Mr Soyinka said.
He compared the actions of the security agencies that arrested Mr Sowore to what happended during the tenure of the late dictator, Sani Abacha.
“We underwent identical cynical contrivances under the late, unlamented Sani Abacha, when he sent storm-troopers to disrupt a planning session for a similar across-nation march at Tai Solarin School, Ikenne,” Mr Soyinka wrote in a statement sent to PREMIUM TIMES.
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Deployment of alarmist experessions such as “treason”, “anarchist”, “public incitement” etc. by Security forces have become so predictable and banal that they have become meaningless. Beyond the word ‘revolution, another much mis-used and misunderstood word, nothing that Sowore has uttered, written, or advocated suggests that he is embarking on, or urging the public to engage in a forceful overthrow of government. Nothing that he said to me in private engagement ever remotely approached an intent to destabilize governance or bypass the normal democratic means of changing a government. I therefore find the reasons given by the Inpector-General, for the arrest and detention of this young ex-presidential candidate totally contrived and untenable, unsupported by any shred of evidence. His arrest is a travesty and violation of the fundamental rights of citizens to congregate and make public their concerns.

This is all so sadly déjà vu. How often must we go through this wearisome cycle? We underwent identical cynical contrivances under the late, unlamented Sani Abacha, when he sent storm-troopers to disrupt a planning session for a similar across-nation march at Tai Solarin School, Ikenne. This was followed up by a personalized letter that was hand delivered by the State Security Services to me under their ummons, at their Abeokuta so-called ‘Annexe’ with near identical wording to the threats contained in today’s release from the desk of the Chief of Police. At least, I was summoned, not subjected to a terrorist midnight arrest. Some irony!

The same pattern Pavlovian conduct manifested itself under yet another supposed democratic ruler who personally declared that the gathering of civilians to deliberate on, and propose a constitution for the nation was ‘high treason’, and would be resisted by the full rigour of state power if we persisted. The Inspector-General of Police mobilized his forces and issued inflammatory proclamations, but PRONACO went ahead despite all the thundering from Aso citadel. Can the police ever learn anything also their tear-gassing and brutalizing of grieving mothers who marched peacefully to protest the deaths of their children in a plane crash inferno? Their mission, under that same regime, which was simply to deliver a letter to government house in Lagos, demanding greater safety in airline operations, yet such a rational intent, born of traumatic circumstances, was quashed on the sidewalks of a supposed twentieth century nation.

And yet again, even a faceless cabal under yet another civilian regime refused to be left out of the insensate play of power. A march on Aso Rock calling for an end to governance by a ghostly entity was slated to be crushed, but fortunately, a conflicting balance of interests decided in favour of a reduced trajectory of protest. And so on and on and on, in a nation which continues to speak at once through both sides of the mouth, spewing out the same Treason monotone, as if this was a magic incantation that could substitute for the venting of mass feelings, even as collective therapy!

May I invite the Inspector-General to wade through the daily journals of the past few weeks and months, read and digest the calls by numerous sectors of society – across professions and national groupings – for demonstrations against the parlous conditions of society, all identifying ills to which attention must be drawn, and urgently, through mass action? Demonstrations and processions are time honoured, democratic ways of drawing not only the attention of government to ills, but of mobilizing the public towards a proactive consciousness of their condition, and thereby exhorting civil society also to devise means of ameliorating their condition through their own efforts? Religious bodies have urged such remedies, so have civic associations. The ready recourse to arrests, incarceration and threats to civilians are ultimately counter-productive. They alienate the citizens, erode their confidence in governance responsiveness, and thereby advance the very extremist nightmare that security agencies believe they are acting to thwart.

If we cannot learn from the histories and experiences of other societies, let us at least learn from ours. Freedom is not so glibly qualified. It cannot be doled out like slops of charity from soup kitchens. Let the Police stick to their task of protecting and managing protests, not attempt to place their own meaning and declaration of intent on bogey words like – revolution!




Minimum Wage: Oshiomhole Sends Strong Message To Nigerian Workers Urged Them To Challenge Political Leaders

The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole has called on the organized labor to challenge political leaders to ensure that state resources meet the needs of workers and other Nigerians.
Oshiomhole made the call in Abuja at a reception in honor of the Director-General, International Labour Organisation (ILO), Mr. Guy Ryder, NAN reports.
He expressed concern over the nonchalant attitude of leaders towards improving the lives of Nigerian workers and said the organized labor must adopt aggressive engagements to change the status quo.
“We have to do things differently about minimum wage,” he said, noting that whereas prices of goods and services had gone up astronomically in the country, workers wages have remained static.
“So if every other cost are changing, and labor cost is constant…, somebody is being squeezed.
“Rising crises, stagnant wages, a very miserable lifestyle, and you have to fight for that.
“And we now see in Nigeria the difference between signing an agreement and the challenge of translating those laws, and even the contradiction of signing laws first before getting consultants to tell us how to implement these laws.
“Just to tell you that from inside, I am much more convinced that unions should not only exist but should have the capacity and ruthlessly deploy that capacity to ensure that the resources of states are dissipated in favor of working people and working families,” the former NLC president said.
While commending the ILO for its focus on Youth Employment and Social Justice, Oshiomhole said attention should also be on aging population and underemployment of young persons.
He said Nigeria ought to do something about it’s population growth which was at 3 percent annually, as against 2 percent national economic growth.
“With population at 3 per cent, poverty must be endemic, it is not rocket science, so we so need to have conversations on various aspects of society, particularly at what we do differently to get the youth busy.”
Oshiomhole urged young people to collaborate to fight poverty by pushing those in government to create the environment for them to think and change the narratives.
Earlier, the ILO DG, Mr Guy Ryder, said Nigeria trade union movements have made great impact in defence of basic fundamental rights in line with the provisions of the organization.

VIDEO: Davido x Chris Brown – “Blow My Mind”

Davido and Chris Brown presents the official music video for their new joint “Blow My Mind“.
Davido Music Worldwide (DMW) boss waste no time in dishing out the visual to his new hit that has been causing serious havoc in the universal. The video sees Chris Brownblending into the Afrobeat way of dancing with his special moves… Both him and Davidogets to the Motel to give the lady whose on their mind a special treat.
Blow My Mind” is a crispy video of international standard shot by Edgar Esteve… You need to watch this and see the chemistry between Chris Brown and Davido




Eski Laja Entertainment is here with it front line Artist, The Kaka Walk Crooner, T.M.I A.K.A NOTICE set To officially unveil his most awaiting hits this time. Which was all Produced Mixed and Mastered by DJ Las.D, he explained at Fresh TV Live Kaduna State why he’s dropping much hits at once, That he’s dishing this tracks out to let his music lovers that he’s now prepared to meet at their point of needs concerning his music career, more music loading that turn on the city grooving, he mentioned “I am your love lyricist”. Download | Enjoy and Share the good news…..