Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja
The Nigeria Customs Service will from Wednesday begin the process of recruiting about 3,200 personnel to fill existing vacancies within the agency
The move is part of ongoing reforms being implemented in the last four years under the leadership of the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col Hameed Ali (rtd)
Speaking at a media briefing on Tuesday at the headquarters of the Service, the Acting Deputy Comptroller-General, Human Resources, Customs, Umar Sanusi, said time had come when the human resources requirements for implementing the reforms needed to be addressed.
He said the recruitment had already received the backing of the Federal Executive Council, noting that those who meet the requirements irrespective of tribe, religion and state would be considered for employment.