Nigeria Customs Service Interview Questions and Answers

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Nigeria Customs Service Interview Questions


In addition to questions from the major areas above, below is an excerpt of questions from simple knowledge of customs related issues:1. When was the Nigeria Customs Service inauguated

A. 1981

B. 1891

C. 1964

D. 1980

2. The first Director-General of the Nigeria Customs Service is

A. T.A. Wall

B. E.D. Hermit

C. Ndi Okereke Onyiuke

D. Musa Bello

3. One of the following is not a directorate in the Nigeria Customs Service

A. Customs Tarrif and Trade

B. Customs Import and Export

C. Customs Ivestigation Directorate

D. Customs Inspection Directorate

4.The Computer Based Promotion Examination was implemented during the regime of:

A. Abdullahi Dikko

B. Aliyu Mustapha

C. Hameed Ali

D. Shehu Musa

5. How many deputy comptrollers does the Nigeria Customs Service have

A. 6

B. 5

C. 4

D. 3

6. A document issued by a carrier (or his agent) to acknowledge receipt of a shipment of cargo is known as

A. Bill of exchange

B. Bill of direction

C. Wayfarers’ guide

D. Bill of lading

7. A manifest that lists all cargo carried on a specific vessel voyage is called

A. Cargo manifest

B. Manifest List

C. Cargo direcory

D. Ship manifest

8.COGSA stands for

A. Carriage of Goods by Sea Agents

B. Carriage of Goods by Sea Act

C. Carriage of Goods by Safety Agents

D. Carriage of Goods by Shipping Agents

9. A penalty charge against shippers or consignees for delaying the carrier s equipment or vessel beyond the allowed free time is called

A. Overdue

B. Pence

C. Demurrage

D. Excess

10. The first capital of Nigeria is

A. Lagos

B. Lokoja

C. Calabar

D. Kano

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