Customs CGC Appoints Four Officers Redeploys I3 Others

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The Comptroller-General of Customs (CGC), Col. Hameed Ali ‘(Rtd.) has approved the appointment of officers in the acting capacity and redeployed I3 others in order to bring about efficiency, excellence and optimum performance in the service.

The appointment, according to a press statement by the management, shows that those who benefited in the appointment and redeployment include:
Assistant Comptroller-General of Customs, Sanusi Umar who appointed the AG Deputy Comptroller-General of Customs in-charge of Human Resource and Development (HRD), Comptroller Musa Jubrin AG Assistant Comptroller-General Finance, Administration and Technical Service (FATS), Comptroller Abdullahi Babani AG, AGC, Tariff and Trade (T&T), Comptroller Christopher Odibu, AG, AGC Zone ‘B’ Headquarters.

The statement which was signed by the Customs Public Relations Officer (PRO) Mr Joseph Attah, those affected by the latest redeployment are Deputy Comptroller-General (DCG) Aminu Dangaladima who moved from Enforcement, Investigation and Inspection (EI&I) to FATS, DCG, Ronke Olubiyi from HRD to Strategic and Research and Policy (SR&P), DCG, Augustine Chidi from SR&P to EI&I, Others are Assistant Comptroller-General ACG, David Chikan from HRD to Commandant, Command and Staff College, Gwagwala, Abuja, ACG, Bukar Amajam who was redeployed from E,I&I to Zone ‘C’ Headquarters, ACG, Kaycee Ekekezie from T&T to Zone ‘A’ Headquarters, ACG, Fatade Aderenle from Excise, Free Trade Zone (E,TZ&I,I) to HRD.

ACG, Ibrahim Maikarfi from FATS to Headquarters while AG, ACG, Emmanuel Udo-Aka who was moved from Zonal Headquarters to SR&P, AG. ACG, Modupe Aremu redeployed from SR&P to E,FTZ&I,I.

Comptrollers Z.A. Abdullahi from Ondo/Ekti to Oyo/Osun and F.E. Khan here from E,FTZ&I,to Ondo/Ekiti.

Giving his approval to these appointments and redeployments, the CGC was said to ”have expressed hope that the affected Senior Officers would bring on board that extra push that the Service not only sustain the offensive against smugglers but increase the tempo and enhance revenue generation for the the Federal Government of Nigeria”

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