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What is now known as the Nigeria Customs Service – a paramilitary organisation, could be said to have been established a little over a century ago when the British Colonial administration appointed Mr. T. A. Wall, in 1891, as the Director-General of Customs for the collection of inland Revenue in Niger Coast Protectorate. This is the formalization of the duties which the Department had been performing under the Royal Niger Company under the leadership of the past Chief Executives.

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is an independent customs service under the supervisory oversight of the Nigerian Ministry of Finance, responsible for the collection of customs revenue, Facilitation of both national and international trade and anti-smuggling activities.

The NCS is headed by the comptroller general, who oversees the work of six deputy comptrollers general in the following departments:

  • Finance and Technical Service;
  • Tariff & Trade;
  • Enforcement, Investigation, and Inspection;
  • Modernization, Research and Economic Relations;
  • Excise, Industrial Incentives and Free Trade Zone;
  • Human Resource Development.

Leadership

Col. Hameed Ali

Comptroller General, NCS

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