Did you apply for Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) recruitment in 2020? Were you among those invited for the aptitude test? If ‘yes’, this post is for you, regarding the Nigeria Customs Service recruitment process.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), has made it known to the general public that the names of successful candidates for the recruitment have been be released for the next phase of the screening.
The recruitment exercise was halted in the early phase of 2020 due to the outbreak of Covid19. Although, the aptitude test was taken before the suspension of the recruitment exercise.
Due to the long awaiting time frame, most applicants, parents, and majority of the general public generate anxiety in regards to the integrity of the recruitment exercise.
Just like previous recruitment exercise into the Nigeria Customs Service, the current recruitment process will be done based on merit, with all LGA of the federation being represented.
For the fact that no one knows when the Covid19 outbreak will cease finally, the management of Nigeria Customs Service has decided to proceed with the recruitment process with the Covid19 protocols being observe during the process.
A total of three thousand five hundred (3,500) successful candidates have been shortlisted and published on three (3) dailies namely The Sun newspaper, Nation newspaper, and Daily Trust newspaper as at on the February 12th, 2021.
The screening exercise will be done on zonal bases, due to safety observations against unwanted risks of Covid19.
NCS is also calling on shortlisted candidates to adhere to all instructions regarding the screening exercise before showing up in the venue, as failure to comply with the rules will lead to disqualification/eviction from the camping venue.
NSC is also using this medium to advise the general public to disregard any information coming from other sources aside https://www.customs.gov.ng, www.facebook.com/customsng, Radio stations, and TV channels, as fraudsters can use this opportunity to scam Innocent job seekers.
The recruitment process requires no form of payment, so ignore any source that request you to pay a given amount of money.
A special appreciation was also given by NSC to applicants for waiting patiently for the next phase, during the Covid19 pandemic that disrupted the process.
This was signed by the DC, Joseph Attah onbehalf of the Comptroller-General of Customs.
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