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Nigerian Custom Service Shortlist Names 2021/2022




To check your name on the list, you need to visit and then login to see if you have been shortlisted or not.

Are you among those who had applied for the 2021/2022 Nigerian Custom Service recruitment? If you are among the above group, then this article is definitely for you.


A lot of persons have been asking if actually, the Nigerian Customs Service recruitment is ongoing or if the portal has been closed. In this post, you will be made to stay updated with the most current important information about the Nigerian Customs Service and the ways whereby you can check for the shortlisted candidates.

It is pertinent to bring to your notice that such an exercise was closed last year, which implies that the Nigerian Customs Service shortlist for 2021 will soon be out.

How to Check Nigerian Custom Service Shortlisted Candidates for 2021

As stated earlier, if you want to check your name, simply login to portal to check if you have been shortlisted.

If you have been shortlisted, you will be notified via your registered email address or phone number.

All screening details, dates and venue will be communicated to you via the email address you provided during registration.

Is the Nigerian Customs Service Shortlist for 2021 Out?

At the present, the Nigerian Customs Service has not yet published on their websites the names of qualified candidates who are qualified for 2021 opportunities.

If it happens that you also applied for the 2021/2021 Nigerian Custom Service recruitment, it is good and advisable that you keep refreshing and checking your email or you Subscribe to our website for frequent updates.

This is necessary so that one can have access to some vital information to be aware of his or her name is among those that are found worthy for their names to be shortlisted for the Nigerian Customs Service Shortlist 2021.

Thank You for Reading!

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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