The Nigeria Customs Service Board (NCSB) has confirmed the appointments of four (4) members of NCS management and approved the promotion of 1,997 Senior Officers to various ranks during its first meeting held on Thursday, 10th May, 2018.
The meeting which was presided over by the Hon. Minister of Finance and Chairman, Nigeria Customs Service Board (NCSB), Mrs Kemi Adeosun, considered the yardsticks for the promotion, which includes Cumulative Scores of Annual Evaluation, Written Examination, Oral Interview, Seniority and Availability of Vacancies, approved those most eligible for the promotion which has 1st January, 2017 as the effective date.
Immediately after the Board meeting which was held at the Ministry of Finance, the newly confirmed members of NCS Management were decorated in the Comptroller-General‘s office.
They are: DCG, Talatu Isa Mairo ( Tariff and Trade), ACG, David Elijah Chikan (HRD), ACG, Ibrahim Yakubu Maikarfi (FATS) and ACG, Ali Bukar Amajam ( E, I & I).
A breakdown of those promoted shows:
Deputy Comptrollers to Comptrollers of Customs – 49
Assistant Comptrollers to Deputy Comptrollers of Customs – 52
Chief Superintendents to Assistant Comptrollers of Customs – 33
Superintendents to Chief Superintendents of Customs – 370
Deputy Superintendents to Superintendents of Customs – 372
Assistant Superintendents I to Deputy Superintendents of Customs 452
Assistant Superintedents II to Assistant Superintedents of Customs I NIL
Inspectors of Customs to Assitant Superintendents of Customs II 380
Deputy Comptrollers to Comptrollers of Customs – 5
Assistant Comptrollers to Deputy Comptrollers of Customs-8
Chief Superintendents to Assistant Comptrollers of Customs -9
Superintendents to Chief Superintendents of Customs – 9
Deputy Superintendents to Superintendents of Customs – 19
Assistant Superintendents I to Deputy Superintendents of Customs -15
Assistant Superintendents II to Assistant Superintendents of Customs I – 79
Inspectors to Assistant Superintendent of Customs II – 145.
While decorating the confirmed members of Management, the CGC, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd), charged them and the newly promoted officers to see their elevations as a call to higher duties.
He charged them to recommit themselves to the course of service delivery and build on the gains of the on-going reforms in the Service.