IT'S OFFICIAL: Nigeria Customs Begins Recruitment Of 3,200 Officers

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Nigeria Customs Commences Recruitment

IT’S OFFICIAL: Nigeria Customs Commences Recruitment Of 3,200 Officers The Nigeria Customs Service will from Wednesday begin the process of recruiting about 3,200 personnel to fill existing vacancies within the agency The move is part of ongoing reforms being implemented in the last four years under the leadership of the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col Hameed Ali (rtd) Speaking at a media briefing on Tuesday at the headquarters of the Service, the Acting Deputy Comptroller-General, Human Resources, Customs, Umar Sanusi, said time had come when the human resources requirements for implementing the reforms needed to be addressed. He said the recruitment had already received the backing of the Federal Executive Council, noting that those who meet the requirements irrespective of tribe, religion and state would be considered for employment. Giving a breakdown of the 3,200 personnel to be recruited, he said that 800 Nigerians would be recruited as support staff for Superintendent Cadre category while the balance of 2,400 would be employed under Customs Inspector and Customs Assistant cadre in the general duty categories. He said, “Following the necessary approval from the Federal Executive Council, Nigeria Customs Service is now set to recruit officers and men to fill existing vacancies. “Like all recruitment into position in Federal Government agencies, applications for recruitment will be open to all eligible Nigerians who meet the requirements irrespective of their tribe, religion, state or any other considerations. “In our bid to ensure an equal and fair opportunity to all applicants, we are working every step of the recruitment process in compliance with the requirements of the Federal Character Commission.” He assured that the Service would conduct a recruitment exercise that is credible, fair and transparent. Sanusi also said the Nigeria Customs would also deploy all types of machinery within its powers to ensure that the integrity of the recruitment process is not compromised. He said the recruitment exercise would be free for all participants as no application fees would be required from anyone. READ ALSO! More Nigerians Now Living In Extreme Poverty — International Labour Congress READ ALSO! 10million More Nigerians Have Been Lifted From Poverty Under Buhari — Presidency Says READ ALSO! Buhari Reacts To Boko Haram’s Threat To Kill Leah Sharibu READ ALSO! More Nigerians Getting Killed, Getting Poorer, Hungrier Under Buhari’s Incompetent Regime — PDP READ ALSO! More Nigerians Have Been Murdered In Attacks Since January More Than Entire 2017 — Amnesty International READ ALSO! 10million More Nigerians Have Been Lifted From Poverty Under Buhari — Presidency Says READ ALSO! More Nigerians Travelling Out Due To Economic Hardship, Over 500,000 Since 2016 READ ALSO! The Smart CEO: Top 5 Websites To Get Cheap Domain Name Registration READ ALSO! More Nigerians In Kano, Katsina Now Using Hard Drugs — Group Says About two years ago, photos surfaced online when the socialite socialite chained some young girls on a dog leash and took them to different events in Lagos.]]>