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NDLEA wastes N184.9m - Senate committee

The Senate Committee on Drugs, Narcotics, Financial Crimes and Anti-corruption has accused the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, of misapplying N184,923,121.97, realised from the sales and sub-mission of recruitment

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افتراضي NDLEA wastes N184.9m - Senate committee

The Senate committee on Drugs, Narcotics, Financial Crimes and Anti-corruption has accused the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, of misapplying N184,923,121.97, realised from the sales and sub-mission of recruitment forms by applicants. The committee Chair-man, Senator Victor Lar, levelled the accusation at a one-day public hearing to ascertain the veracity or otherwise of the story that the newly-recruited personnel of NDLEA were allowed to bear arms without training.


In the course of the interaction, NDLEA Chairman, Alhaji Ahmadu Giade, who made presentation on behalf of the anti-drug agency, told the committee that N184,923,121.97 was realised from sales and submission of recruitment forms by applicants. He told the committee that after engaging the services of a consultant, it was agreed that each of the applicants should pay N1,500 for submission of online application forms, from where the money was generated for “ad-ministrative charges”.


Giade gave the break-down of the money as follows: N24.5m for train-ing by state Commands, N21.5m for recruitment committee, N1.3m for publicity, among others. Responding, Lar said, “we have heard you and it is clear that the NDLEA misapplied the money that accrued from the recruitment exercise”.


He queried a situation where the agency, despite the money it generated from the sales of forms, could still not carry out training of its personnel, leading to the unfortu-nate incident in Makurdi, where an NDLEA official was alleged to have shot and killed some persons. But Gide said the Makurdi incident “was a misinformation”, as the agency did not arm the operative that was said to have carried out the al-leged act.


He said that the newly-recruited operatives received a one-week induction after which they were sent to their states of origin where they un-derwent training for four weeks. The NDLEA chairman also pointed out that none of the operatives was allowed to handle firearms, in line with a circular dated August 5, 2011, where he warned that the new personnel should not be involved “in sensitive and critical assignment”.


Also, Giade disclosed that the agency did not receive a dime in 2011 owing to lack of budgetary provisions; hence the per-sonnel were not trained. He also disclosed that the agency has 5,275 per-sonnel with 2,550 in the senior cadre while 2,725 are made up of the rank and file.


NDLEA wastes N184.9m - Senate committee


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