Nigeria Customs Service Speaks On Recruitment Aptitude Test

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has said that news in circulation about the Recruitment Aptitude Test is fake.

Concise News reports that the agency said that the system was filtrating to ensure that only those who meet the criteria are selected electronically.

In a post on its verified social media pages on Tuesday, the NCS writes:


This is to inform the general public that, the news in circulation about the Recruitment Aptitude Test is fake. The system is presently filtrating to ensure that ONLY those who meet the criteria are shortlisted electronically.

Once this is done, shortlisted candidates will be contacted through their emails and phone numbers.

Please, note and avoid fraudulent messages from unofficial sources.

This online news medium reported on Tuesday that the NCS gave the number of applicants for the 2019 recruitment exercise that recently ended.

“A total number of people that registered is 828,333, but not all of them accomplished the process,” the Public Relations Officer of the NCS Joseph Attah said.

He, however, stressed that the shortlist of candidates for the 2019 Nigeria Customs Service recruitment was not yet out.

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