By Godwin Oritse
THE Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, yesterday, redeployed the agency’s spokesman, Mr. Adewale Adeniyi, along with eight Assistant Comptrollers General of Customs, ACGs.
A statement by Mr. Jerry Atta, an Assistant Comptroller, said the move was to strengthen operations and reposition the service to meet the challenges of the new year.
In the movement, Adeniyi will report at the Apapa Area One Command of the service while Charles Edike, from Zone A to Human Resources Development; Ahmed Mohammed will leave Human Resources to Zone B while Aminu Dangaladima has been moved from Zone B to Enforcement.
Francis Dosumu was moved from Enforcement to Zone D, while Augustine Chidi got redeployed from Zone D to Excise, Free Trade Zone and Industrial Incentives (Ex,FTZ, & I I).
Monday Abueh has been moved from Ex,FTZ, & I I to Zone A in Lagos just as Umar Sanusi was moved from Headquarters to Zone ‘C’ in Owerri.
Abdulkadir Azerema was moved from Zone C in Owerri to the Headquarters of the service.
According to Atta, the redeployment takes immediate effect just as all affected officers are expected to report at their new zones and commands.
The Comptroller General of Customs, Col. Hammed Ali (retd), reiterated the Federal Government ban on importation of rice and vehicles through the land borders and urged all officers to ensure strict compliance to the policy.
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