NDLEA Assessment Test 2023: Top Questions Contained In The 2023 NDLEA Online Assessment Test and Their Answers

As part of the recruitment process for various positions within the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), an agency that is responsible for combating drug trafficking and abuse in the country, applicants are required to take an online assessment test. 

The NDLEA Assessment Test 2023 contains a range of 20 Multiple-Choice  questions to be completed within 15 Minutes.

The NDLEA Assessment Test 2023 Questions are crafted mainly from Current Affairs, especially as regards the Agency and Drug/Agency related Questions other than the taking questions from English, Mathematics and General Knowledge as many anticipated and widely published.

In this article, we have provided you with a detailed overview of the top questions contained in the 2023 NDLEA Online Assessment Test, to help you prepare for this crucial step in your application process. 

Read Also: 10 Expert Tips for Passing NDLEA Recruitment 2023 Online Assessment with Flying Colors

By understanding the types of questions you can expect, you will be better equipped to perform well on the assessment and increase your chances of securing a position within the agency.

Top Questions Contained In The NDLEA Online Assessment Test 2023 and Their Answers

1. What would you do as NDLEA Offcer to eliminate drug use and trafficking?

A. Sensitize the public on the ills and harmful impact of the use of illicit drugs.

B. Work with traditional institutions, faith-based organisations, schools and other institutions to educate the general public on the need to educate and/or report those involved in the trafficking and use of illicit drugs.

C. Enforce the law by arresting and prosecuting drug traffickers and users.

D. A, B and C are correct strategies to eliminate the use of illicit drugs.

E. NDLEA officer has nothing to do with A and B above but C alone.

Ans. D

2. How many local governments are in Nigeria?

A. 36

B. 775

C. 774

D. 650

E. 674

Ans. C

3. The importation, selling and distribution of the following drugs are illegal in Nigeria:

A. Cocaine, Heroin, Aspirin and Panadol.

B. Cocaine, Cannabis, Heroin and Paracetamol.

C. Cannabis, Cocaine, Tramadol and Emzor.

D. Heroin, Narcotics, illicit drugs and M&B.

E Cocaine, Cannabis, Heroin and Methamphetamine.

Ans. E

4. Which of the following duties is an NDLEA officer trained to do?

A. Trained to identify illicit drugs and report same to authorities.

B. Trained to identify illicit drugs, arrest and prosecute the trafficker.

C. Trained to dress very well in uniform and take instructions from superior officers.

D. Trained to work for police and custom authorities in the enforcement of drug lawS.

E. Trained to obey lawful instructions and watch out for bandits and terrorists.

Ans. B

5. Nigeria is a democracy because:

A. Leaders are chosen by elders through ballot boxes.

B. Leaders are chosen by religious leaders through ballot boxes.

C. Leaders are chosen by political parties through ballot boxes

D. Leaders are chosen by all eligible voters through ballot boxes.

E. Leaders are chosen by the Military through ballot boxes.

Ans. D

6. Which of these statements is correct?

A. NDLEA coordinates all drug laws and enforcement functions conferred on any person or authority, including Ministers in the Government of the Federation, by any law

B. Works collaboratively with customs, police and other enforcement agencies to enforce drug laws in Nigeria.

C. NDLEA investigate and prosecute drug traffickers and forfeit assets any of their assets linked to drug business.

D. B and C are correct.

E. All of the above are correct.

Ans. E

7. No Nigerian is eligible to vote for a candidate of his/her choice in an election except

A. He/she is an offcer of the Federal Government of Nigerla with a Permanent Voters Card.

B. He/she is educated to a primary school level with a Permanent Voters Card.

C. He/she is a member of a registered politlcal party with a Permanent Voters Card.

D. He/she is 18 years and above and registered to vote with a Permanent Voters Card.

E. None of the above.

Ans. D

8. Which of the following statement is correct in Nigeria?

A. The President is the head of the executive arm of the government with exclusive power over the State Governors.

B. The Legislative arm of the government makes laws for the good governance of the Federation and confirm certain nominees of the President

C. Nigeria has a bicameral legislature.

D. A and B are correct

E. B and C are correct.

Ans. E

9. Which of the following statement(s) is/are true?

A. One of your class/school mates uses illicit drugs.

B. You know someone in your environment who uses illicit drugs.

C. A and B above are true.

D. Only touts and gang members use illicit drugs.

E.IWomen, religious leaders and elders don't use illicit drugs.

Ans. C

10. Where is cannabis cultivated in Nigeria?

A. Ondo and Ekiti States

B. Delta nd Anambra States

C. Kogi and Kwara States

D. Adamawa and Kano States

E. All over Nigeria

Ans. A

11. The acronym "NDLEA' stands for ?

A. National Drug Law Enforcement Administration

B. National Drug Legal Enforcemernt Agency

C. National Drug Law Enforcement Agency

D. Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency

E. National Drug Law Enforcement Authority

Ans. C

12. The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control is responsible for...?

A. Regulating and controlling the manufacture, importation, exportation, advertisement, distribution, sale and use of food, drugs, cosmetics, medical devices, chemicals and packaged water

B. Regulating and controling the manufacture, importation, exportation, punishment, administration, injection, use of drugs and packaged water.

C. Regulating and selling of drugs and packaged water.

D. Manufacturing, distribution and administration of injection and packaged water

E. Importation, distribution and arresting and punishing drug manufacturers.

Ans. A

13. The economic cost of drug use to Nigeria as a country is:

A. Under development, Poverty and weak governance.

B. 60 Billion Dollars

C. 369 Billion Naira

D. 260 Euros

E. None of the above

14. Which of the following constitute drug abuse?

A. The use of illegal drugs or the use of prescription or over-the-counter drugs for purposes other than those for which they are meant to

or in excessive amounts.

B. The use of prescribed drugs or over-the-counter drugs for arthritis and glaucoma.

C. Buying aspirin instead of Panadol from a street Pharmacist.

D. Selling expired drugs to a blind man.

E. An adult taking two tablets of Panadol with sachet water after meal.

Ans. A

15. Pick a combination of the correct answers from the following options.

 llegal drug use is common in:

A. Schools and motor parks

B. Leisure parks and drinking joints

C. Family homes and places of worships

D. A and B only

E. All of the above

Ans. E

16. Which of the following statement/s is/are correct?

A. Trafficking in Narcotic drugs is transnatlonal

B. Cannabis is cultivated and trafficked between Ondo, Edo, Ekiti and Lagos States

C. Countries need to collaborate to fight drug trafficking

D. Cocain is consumed in Lagos and Abuja

E. A and C are Correct 

Ans. E

17. Who is the current Chief Executive of NDLEA?

A. Brig Gen. Buba Ahmed Abdullahi

B. Brig Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Rtd) OFR, CON DSS.

C. Brig Gen Ishaya Bamayi.

D. Major General Babagana Mungono (rtd) OFR.

E. CoL. Mohammed Abdallah (rtd)

Ans. B

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  1. Good morning Mr. Jude moore, i need other questions on ndlea test.


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