The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency’s (NDLEA) website has crashed just as a recruiting drive has begun.
Clecom discovered ‘500 internal server issues’ on the agency’s website on Monday.
The application period for the agency’s recruitment began on Sunday and was anticipated to continue two weeks.
Applicants, however, have been unable to access the website for several hours.
According to Mr Femi Babafemi, the Director of Media and Advocacy of the agency, the website has not crashed it was due to problems caused by traffic on the website.
“The portal never failed. There are some issues as a result of the large number of applicants attempting to use the platform at the same time, but our technical staff is working to resolve them before noon,” he said.
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