Customs & ExciseHeadlines Customs set to release names of 3,500 successful candidates tomorrow for final screening By maritimemag February 11, 2021 ShareTweet 0 Customs Visits for this story : 8 Chinazor Megbolu | The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), has said the agency is set to release the names of successful candidates for final screening in its the ongoing recruitment exercise. The NCS in a statement signed and issued on Thursday by the Public Relations Officer, Deputy Comptroller of Customs, Joseph Attah on behalf of the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Ahmed Alli (rtd), recalled that the outbreak of Covid-19 early 2020 caused the delay. “NCS recruitment exercise had to be suspended after the aptitude test. Regrettably, the delay caused anxiety for the applicants, parents/guardians and indeed some members of the public who even went into overdrive with various allegations that tended to question the integrity of the exercise. “For the avoidance of doubt, recruitment into Nigeria Customs Service is and will remain strictly based on merit and principle of Federal Character, with every Local Government of the federation appropriately represented. “Since the Service does not know when the ravaging Covid-19 will end, management has decided to forge ahead with the exercise while strictly adhering to the protocols. “Already a total of 3,500 successful candidates have been shortlisted and will be published in three (3) national dailies ie Sun, Daily Trust and Nation Newspapers on Friday 12th February 2021. “In the interest of safety, screening will be held on zonal bases with the dates staggered according to grade levels and time allotted to states. “The whole idea is to get the recruitment exercise concluded without exposing the candidate to unnecessary risks. “Only shortlisted candidates should go to the screening venue. “NCS therefore urges all candidates who will be coming for this screening to study the instructions and abide strictly to avoid instant disqualification and immediate eviction from the venue. “NCS calls on the public to be mindful of fraudsters who will see the invitation for screening as another opportunity to distort and misinform desperate job seekers. “Any source other than the Service known platforms vis-à-vis www.customs.gov.ng, www.facebook.com/customsng, TV and Radio. “Especially those funny sources that will eventually request payment of money should be ignored. NCS recruitment process requires NO monetary payment of any kind. “While wishing all the candidates success, we appreciate the patient wait as a result of the Covid-19 disruption,” the statement said. © 2021, maritimemag. All rights reserved.