FULL PDF: List of 2022/2023 Successful Recruits into the Nigeria Customs Service, Dates for documentation

The Nigeria Customs Service, NCS has released the full list of successful candidates of its 2022/2023 recruitment exercise.

The NCS made this known in a publication on its official website on Monday. According to the Service, the successful candidates were those who met the prescribe criteria for selection.

“Sequel to the screening exercise conducted by the Service between Tuesday 4th – Saturday 14th October 2022 at NCS Command and Staff College, Gwagwalada and after meeting the prescribe criteria for selection, the following candidates are expected to report at the Nigeria Customs Service Establishment Unit, Old Federal Secretariat, Garki, Abuja for collection of Appointment Letters and Documentation,” the statement read.

Prospective recruits are to report on the specified period as indicated below for each cadre:

CONSOL 6 23RD – 28TH JANUARY, 2023

Requirement for Documentation 

Candidates are requested to bring along the following documents:
  1. Original plus four (4) photocopies of your Certificate.
  2. Original plus four (4) photocopies of your Testimonial.
  3. Original Birth Certificate or Age Declaration plus four (4) photocopies.
  4. Marriage Certificate or Declaration plus four (4) photocopies (where applicable).
  5. Four (4) passport sized photographs.
  6. Original plus four (4) photocopies of NYSC Discharge Certificate.
  7. Means of identification (used during screening).
Click the links below to see the list for each cadre:

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