By Maritime Security News
The Board of the Nigeria Customs Service has approved the appointment of four Deputy Comptroller Generals and twelve (12) Assistant Comptroller Generals as well as the promotion of 2,707 senior officers to various ranks with effect from 1st January, 2020.
In a statement signed by the Deputy National Public Relations Officer of the Service, Timi Bomodi on behalf of the Comptroller-General of Customs on Tuesday.
A breakdown of the appointments include DCG Abdullahi Babani, DCG Mohammed Boyi, DCG Elton Edorhe, DCG Katherine Ekekezie.
ACG Hamza Gumi, ACG Mohammed Abba-Kura, ACG Saidu Galadima, ACG Gimba Umar, ACG Obi Ekwealor, ACG Bede Anyanwu, ACG Mohammed Uba Garba, ACG Kayode Olusemire, ACG Lena Oyama, ACG Florence Inuk, ACG Lami Wushishi and ACG Usman Dakingari
Some of the newly promoted Comptrollers are the Customs National PRO Joseph Attah, Babajide Adeniyi, Anthony Udenze, Suleiman Chiroma, among others.
The statement further noted that the “full statistics of the board approval is as follows: DCGs 4, ACGs: 12, DC-CC=35, AC-DC=64, CSC-AC=118, SC-CSC=244, DSC-SC=339, ASC I-DSC=995, ASC II-ASCI=655 and IC-ASC II=257. Of the 2,707 senior officers promoted 204 are support staff.”
The Comptroller General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd), therefore, congratulated the newly appointed and promoted officers just as he charged them to justify the confidence reposed in them.