Nigeria Custom Service Shortlisted successful Candidates 2019/2020

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Nigeria Custom Service Shortlisted successful Candidates 2019/2020, Custom Shortlist PDF for 36 states:

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Nigeria Custom Service Shortlisted successful Candidates 2019/2020

The Nigerian custom service recruitment list of shortlisted/successful candidates will be arranged based on the 6 Geopolitical zones in the country.

  1. Northwest
  2. North East
  3. North Central
  4. South West
  5. South East
  6. South South

All you have to do is to download the PDF File then carefully go through your state under your zone.

Nigeria Custom Service Shortlisted successful Candidates 2019/2020

Another alternative is to login into your dashboard by following this process :

  • You need to visit the Nigerian custom service recruitment page here.
  • Login with your details.
  • Locate your dashboard and see your status.

What You Need To Know About The Nigeria Customs (NCS)

It was established in 1891, NCS was mandated with the responsibility of collecting revenue, accounting for revenue collected and anti-smuggling activities. Today, trade facilitation has become a fundamental role and part of the NCS function. This function is progressively seen by the government as an important element of making economic policy, with Customs having a unique position within the hub of the international supply chain of goods and services.

Accordingly, NCS has its own challenges and one of the challenges is the foreseeing the management of seeming contrary role of ensuring improvements in speedy service delivery, while maintaining procedural and effective intervention controls, necessary to meet the demands of complex and growing international trade, characterized in recent times by economic crime, money laundering, menace of terrorism, threatening weapons of mass destruction, violation of intellectual property rights, and dumping of toxic and hazardous substances. It is important to note, that the Nigeria Customs Service that has for long been a steward of Nigeria’s trade and border management is not only under pressure like never before, but evident that NCS role to perform at the highest levels is enlarged, to facilitate and ensure legitimate trade in a global environment entertaining a litany of threats.

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THE MISSION OF THE NCS

  •     NCS is a reference and model administration with excellence in providing effective and efficient service to accomplish all dimensions of its mission.}}}
  •    That the Service rendered by NSC is a modern, compact and dynamic Service that influences policy and contributes to Nigeria development.
  •    Lastly, the Service is recognized as being in the vanguard of Customs best practices and international standards.

The vision of the Nigeria Customs Service

  •    To ensure that NSC excels in the efficient and timely collection of and accounting for revenue.
  •    To ensure the Implementation of and advise on Governmental trade and fiscal policies;
  •    To ensure the Promotion of trade facilitation;
  •    The ensure the protection of Nigerian society, generation of accurate and precise statistical data by developing a professional, transparent administration that implements international best practices and obligations.

STRUCTURE OF THE NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE

The Comptroller General is the head of Nigeria Customs Service and oversees the work and all activities of five deputy comptroller generals in the following departments:

  1.    Corporate Support Services;
  2.    Tariff & Trade;
  3.    Enforcement, Investigation, and Inspection;
  4.    Modernization, Research, and Economic Relations;
  5.    Excise, Industrial Incentives, and Free Trade Zone;
  6.    Human Resource Development.

The minister of finance is the chairman of the NCS board, while the service’s comptroller general who is not a career Customs staff is the vice – chairman.

Functions of the Nigeria Customs Service

The core functions of the Nigeria Customs Service includes

  1.    Collection of Revenue i.e. Import and Excise Duties and Accounting for same.
  2.    Prevention and suppression of smuggling.

Other Functions of NCS

  •    NSC ensures the implementation of Government Fiscal Measures
  •    Generation of statistical data for planning purpose
  •    Trade Facilitation
  •    Implementation of bilateral and multilateral agreements entered into by the government
  •    Collection of levies and charges
  •    NSC also carries out Collaborative functions with government Agencies including CBN, Police, NDLEA, SON, NAFDAC, FIRS, etc.
  •    The Service also supports the combating of:
  •    They punter illegal commercial activities and trade in illicit goods, e.g. import of fake and sub-standard goods
  •    Infraction on Intellectual Property Rights
  •    Illegal international trade in endangered species
  •    Illegal trade in arms and ammunition
  •    Money laundering
  •    Traffic of illicit drugs
  •    Illegal trade in cultural Artifacts.
  •    Importation of pornographic materials
  •    Importation of toxic and hazardous substances.

Nigeria Custom Service Shortlisted successful Candidates 2019/2020

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