The comptroller-general of the Nigerian Customs Service, Hameed Ibrahim Ali, has approved the redeployment of 70 comptrollers of customs.
Public relations officer of Customs, Joseph Attah, who spoke on the activity, says the redeployment is in order to rejig the operations of the Nigeria Customs Service to meet the challenges of fighting smuggling, revenue collection and trade facilitation.
Among those affected are, comptrollers, Abubakar Bashir who has been moved from Port-Harcourt II (Onne) to Apapa, Musa Jibrin from Apapa to human resources development, Sa’idu Galadima from Information Communication Technology (ICT) to Port-Harcourt Area II (Onne), while Mohammed Aliyu of Seme Command has swapped positions with Mohammed Garba of federal operations unit Zone ‘A’.
While giving his approval for the redeployment, the CGC said, federal government policies on agriculture, economy and security can only be successful with a strong, determined and patriotic Customs Service. He charged all affected officers to bring their experiences to bear in their new postings by fighting smugglers to a standstill and collecting every collectable revenue. The redeployment is with immediate effect.
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