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Nigeria Customs Service Hints At Plan To Unearth Talents

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has declared its readiness to support the development of beach volleyball in Nigeria.

Concise News reports that this was made known by the Sports Secretary General of Nigeria Customs Service, Samuel Onikeku at the ongoing African Nations Beach Volleyball Senior Men and Women Championships in Abuja on Friday.

Onikeku divulges that there are plans to stage a maiden beach volleyball league in the country. Read more here.

Nigeria Customs Service Recruitment Still Ongoing? Check Out Update

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is recruiting massively for suitably qualified candidates to fill the following positions: Superintendent, Inspector and Assistant Cadres, Concise News reports.

Recall in mid-April, the verified Twitter handle of the NCS announced that the “NCS Recruitment Portal is now Live”, and that interested applicants should visit: to apply.

This online news medium understands that since that announcement was made, thousands of Nigerians have indicated their interest to join the Customs. Read more here.

Nigeria Customs Service Speaks On Recruitment Aptitude Test

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has said that news in circulation about the Recruitment Aptitude Test is fake.

Concise News reports that the agency said that the system was filtrating to ensure that only those who meet the criteria are selected electronically. Read more here.

Nigeria Customs Service Speaks On Imported Poisonous Rice

The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service Hameed Ali has warned Nigerians to stop consuming imported rice as it is poisonous, Concise News understands.

This news medium understands that Hammed gave the warning on Thursday in Abuja during a news conference.

According to him, the Federal Government has not issued an importation license for rice as those in the markets are smuggled. Read the full gist here.

Nigeria Customs Recruitment 2019: Agency Gives Update, Speaks On Shortlist Of Candidates

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has said 524,315 persons applied for its 2019 recruitment exercise that just ended.

Concise News had reported that the NCS recruitment started on April 17 when the portal was opened to fill vacancies of 3,200.

While speaking on Monday in Abuja, the Public Relations Officer of the NCS Joseph Attah said 278, 582 applicants applied for the Superintendent cadre. Read more here.