By Sodeinde Temidayo David
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has rescheduled the date for the training of successful Narcotic Assistant (NASS) candidates to December 6 from December 3.
The Director of Media and Advocacy of the NDLEA, Mr Femi Babafemi, disclosed this in a statement issued on Monday.
According to Mr Babafemi, successful candidates (Narcotic Assistants) are to report at the Jos NDLEA Academy at Kotton Rikus, with some documents, including original and photocopy of credentials with NDLEA online application reference slip.
“Four copies of 5×7 colour photograph without a headwear (cap neither a hat), writing materials, to include biro, pencils, ruler, notebooks and file jacket,” the agency stated.
Also, applicants are requested to bring their training kit and dress, including three pairs of white which should be unmarked, round neck vests and navy blue shorts without stripes.
For those who need extra dressing, the agency stated they must bring two black trousers and white long sleeve shirts, with two pairs of national dress or suit and casual wear and shoes.
This will also include two pairs of white and black socks, as well as two pairs of pure black canvas trainers. According to the institution, rubber type shoes are not acceptable.
Candidates are further required to bring kits that will prepare and make their living and rest in the training period, including two white bedsheets and pillowcases, one blanket, which must be a grey or army green colour.
Like every other programme, candidates have been told to bring some pocket money and toiletries while buckets, cutlasses and brooms.
Mr Babafemi further stated that successful candidates must observe the coronavirus protocols, and must have two black cloth facemasks.
He pointed out that candidates that fail to report to the training venue by 6:00 p.m. of the stipulated date would be disqualified.
Recall that the NDLEA had initially fixed September 25 for the training before it was postponed.