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How to Join The Nigeria Customs Service 2020 | Requirements & Steps

Want to know how to join the Nigeria customs service? What are the requirements and procedures? then this guide is for you.

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Right here you’ll discover all the requirements for Joining the Nigeria Customs Service in 2020, so you won’t make any mistakes.

The Nigerian Customs Service is responsible for collecting custom revenue and reducing smuggling activities.

Currently, NCS boasts over 10,000 personnel deployed across several border areas within Nigeria.

Due to the need to replace retirees and deceased members of its workforce, NCS organises recruitment activities virtually every year.

Aside from the need for Nigeria Customs Service replacement exercise, the border activities around the country are on the increase annually. Therefore, more workers are needed to fill in the vacancies.

However, you must meet up with a few requirements to be able to apply successfully.

Requirements for Joining the Nigeria Customs Service

General requirements:

The general requirements for joining the Nigeria Customs Service are:

  • Interested candidates must possess Nigerian Citizenship by birth or descent
  • Applicants must be between the age range of 18-30 years (the upper age is lower for some vacancies).
  • Male applicants must not be less than 1.7 metres in height, while the female applicants must not be less than 1.64 metres.
  • Also for male applicants, your fully expanded chest measurement must be no less than 0.87 metres.
  • You must provide a document from a qualified Government Medical Officer certifying your state of physical and mental fitness for appointment in Service
  • Candidates with physical or mental disabilities are not permitted to apply.
  • Applicants must free from any form of financial embarrassment
  • Interested applicants must be of good character and have a clean record to show for it; ex-convicts are not permitted to apply.
  • Finally, you must be able to present a certificate of state of origin signed by the Chairman/Secretary of their Local Governments. Any certificate endorsed by Liaison officers would be rejected.

Specific requirements:

To apply for Superintendent Cadre in Nigeria Customs Service:

Interested applicants must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree, HND or equivalent in any of the following or related fields:

  • Accounts
  • Actuarial Science
  • Audit
  • Building
  • Communication
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Health Information Management
  • Marine
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition/Dietary
  • Quantity Survey
  • Secretarial Studies
  • Sports
  • Stores/Procurement
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Furthermore, candidates must have completed the mandatory one year of National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) and must be able to provide a Discharge or Exemption Certificate.

To apply for Inspectorate Cadre in Nigeria Customs Service:

Applicants must be between the ages of 18- 25 years. Furthermore, they must possess OND, NCE or its equivalent obtained from recognized Polytechnics or other Institutions in any of the fields listed below:

  • Accounts
  • Audit
  • Building
  • Communication/Camera Handling/Photography
  • Computer/ICT
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition/Dietary
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Health Information Management
  • Health Service Administration.
  • Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Marine
  • Secretarial Studies

To apply for Assistant Cadre in Nigeria customs Service:

Applicants must be between the ages of 18- 25 years. In addition, they must possess First School Leaving Certificate, Junior Secondary School Certificate, Senior Secondary School Certificate, or their equivalents along with other appropriate Trade Test certificates.

They must possess a minimum of 3-credit passes from not more than 2 sittings in any of the following subjects:

  • Accounts
  • Audit
  • Band
  • Building
  • Camera Handling/Photography
  • Clerical Assistance
  • Communication
  • Driving
  • Electrical
  • Health Assistance
  • Junior Community Health Assistance
  • Marine
  • Mechanical
  • Medical Laboratory Assistants
  • Sports
  • Stores
  • Tailoring

How to Join the Nigeria customs service:

Step 1. Wait till the official portal is open.

Step 2. When registration commences, visit and complete the application form.

Step 3. Print out every necessary document.

Step 4. Take note of the examination and screening date, so you don’t miss out.

Read our step-by-step application guide to get started.

After completing your own part of the application processes, all you need to do is wait and pray that you get selected.

Nigeria customs service application is free.

You must take note, however, that there are several impostors on the web waiting to scam you of your hard-earned money.


Any Certificate Or Qualification you do not declare / tender during application shall not be acceptable after the recruitment exercise. Furthermore, you must submit the appropriate document for your desired cadre. For example, you are not permitted to use a Bachelor’s degree to apply to the Inspectorate Cadre.

Do not submit more than one application. Or else, you will be disqualified

Our information was gathered from the official website of the NCS, so you can completely rely on what you see here.

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Matt Stephenshttps://www.naijahomebased.com/
Matt Stephens is the Editor in Chief of NaijaHomeBased.


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