By Yetunde Verissimo
Abuja-The Management of the Nigeria Customs Service has been reconstituted with appointments of four (4) Ag. Deputy Comptroller-Generals and seven (7) Ag. Assistant Comptroller-Generals.
Disclosing this in a statement on Wednesday, the Public Relations Officer, Joseph Attah said the appointments are coming on the heels of the statutory retirement of some members of Management within the last three months.
While re-constituting the new team, the Comptroller-General of Customs Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd) also approved slight redeployment of 8 Comptrollers to re-engineer the management of the Service for efficient service delivery.
The new NCS Management members include: Alu Sule Robert, ACG T&T- Ag. DCG T&T; Olubiyi Ronke (Mrs) ACG FATS – Ag. DCG HRD; Dangaladima aminu, ACG E, I & I – Ag. DCG, E I & I; Iferi Patience(Mrs) ACG SR & P – Ag. DCG SR & P; Chidi Augustine ACG EX.FTZ & I.I -Ag. DCG EX. FTZ & I.I; Hamza ladan COMPT INV. – Ag. ACG .FATS
Others are Ekekezie Kaycee (Mrs) COMPT. VAL. – Ag. ACG T & T, haruna Mamud COMPT. FOU ‘A’ – Ag. ACG E,I & I ; Sarki-Umar F. M (Mrs) CAC ED/DT – Ag. ACG EX. FTZ & I.I ,FATADE, A. O.B CAC PTML – Ag. ACG (ZONAL COOR) ZONE ‘D’; Enwereuzor Francis (Mrs)CAC EN/AN/EB – Ag. ACG SR & P; Dahiru aminu CAC FCT – Ag. ACG (ZONAL COOR) ZONE ‘B’.
Also, DCG Umar Iya Abubakar who was formally in charge of Tariff and Trade now moves to Finance Administration and Technical Services.
In the same vein, eight (8) Comptrollers of Customs were redeployed as follows:- Mohammed, U.G COMPT FOU C- COMT FOU A ; Amajam, B. A COMPT. TECH. SERV- COMPT FOU C; Umar, D (Mrs) COMPT. WELFARE- CAC FCT; Dixon, F.O (Mrs) COMPT. POSTING- CAC EDO/DELTA; Aremu, A. M (Mrs) CAC LAG. IND – CAC PTML, Sulaiman, M. S. J COMPT. ESTAB- CAC EN/AN/EB, GIMBA B, U COMPT. HQTS- COMPT TECH. SERV; Oladunmi, M.O (Mrs) COMPT. L & P- CAC LAG. IND.
As the new members of Management come on board, the CGC charged them to bring their experiences to bear in the administration of the Service, adding that the modest achievements of the ongoing reform agenda in the areas of revenue generation, anti-smuggling operations and trade facilitation must be sustained and improved upon in the interest of the nation.