basis. Due to this reason, the service remains one of the agencies in Nigeria which open the widest doors for employment of Nigerian youths. Although this article is meant to enlighten you about the Nigeria Customs Service recruitment 2013 program, it is very important that a brief history of the agency be looked into. Of course, you may be called for an interview during which you may be asked to discuss a brief history of the agency (who knows?). Apart from that, don’t you think that it is not ideal for you not to know some things about an agency which you would like to work for?
Nigerian Customs Service Recruitment For 2013 Is Still On
The Nigeria Customs Service, a paramilitary agency was first established in 1891 during the days of the British Colonial rule in Nigeria and Mr T.A. Wall was appointed as its first Director-general. It was first know as the “Customs for the collection of inland revenue in Niger coast protectorate”. In 1922, the agency’s name was changed to the “Department of Customs and Excise, Federation of Nigeria”. The agency underwent many restructuring processes until 1960, when Nigeria gained her independence. It was after this time (1964) that the first Nigerian Director-General of the agency, Mr Ayodele Diyan. The agency was granted additional powers by the Decree No. 7 of 1970.The motive behind the decree was to widen the scope of the agency and make it serve more of national interest.
Presently, the Nigeria Custom Service has 4 zones, 25 area commands and is comprised of 3 departments namely:
- Tariff and trade
- Enforcement Investigation and Inspection
- Corporate service and economic relations
To access the Nigerian Custom Service Job Portal, visit http://www.customs.gov.ng/jobs/joblistings.php,Good Luck Fans
Nigerian Customs Service Recruitment For 2013