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2021 Nigerian Customs Recruitment Adverts: Is this True or a Scam?

You have seen the latest Nigerian Customs Service recruitment/job adverts and you didn't know if it was a real publication or a scam for that matter. This post will address this.

Look at the adverts for four advertised positions in the Nigerian Customs below. The publication read as follows:

The Nigeria Customs Service will be continuing its recruitment process. The E-Portal availability dates for each cadre and educational requirements are stated below:

  1. Customs Superintendent Cadre ASC II (CONSOL 08) o E-Portal Availability Date - 13 December 2021 o Applicant must possess a Bachelor's Degree or Higher National Diploma (HND).
  2. Customs Inspector Cadre AIC (CONSOL 06) o E-Portal Availability Date - 15 December 2021 O Applicant must possess an Ordinary National Diploma (OND) or Nigeria Certificate In Education (NCE). 
  3. Customs Assistant Cadre CA II, III (CONSOL 03, 04) o E-Portal Availability Date - 17 December 2021 O Applicant must possess Junior Secondary Certificate (JSC) or Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSC). 

Is the Above Adverts True or Scam?

It's NOT a scam.

I have addressed this recently in my post, "Nigerian Customs Recruitment Form: Application Website/Portal, Updates and Applicants List Page".

In that post, I was blunt to let you know that Nigerian Customs Service is not recruiting for now. If that happens sooner, you will be notified on this blog. That's why suggest you subscribe to my blog for regular authentic updates.

See the Fake Nigerian Customs Recruitment Notice Being Circulated on Social Media

How to Know when the Form is Really Out

  1. When the time for Nigerian Customs recruitment comes, the Service will open a dedicated website for the applicants or their official website https://www.customs.gov.ng 
  2. The Service will advertise these openings in the national dallies in Nigeria
  3. Prospective applicants can also subscribe to this blog for immediate updates to be sent to their emails when it starts. I will never ask you to pay anything. All I do here is to inform you of the latest things out there and educate you.
  4. You can also follow the Service on their official Twitter handle.
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