• Sun. May 26th, 2024

Customs Appoint 2 DCGs, 6 ACGs Redeploys Top Officers

The board and Management of the Nigeria Customs Service has appointed two (2) acting Deputy Comptrollers General and six (6) acting Assistant Comptrollers General in a recent reorganisation to fill vacancies in the management of the service.

In a press statement by the service spokesperson, Deputy Comptroller Joseph Attah, the management also approved some redeployments of top officers which takes immediate effect

The two (2) newly appointed DCGs are Katherine Ekekezie who now oversees Excise, Free Trade Zone and Industrial Incentives while Elton Edorhe is in charge of Enforcement, Investigation and Inspection

Newly appointed acting ACGs are Kayode Olusemire who takes charge as Coordinator Zone C, Portharcourt; Obi Ekweazor, Human Resources and Development, Bede Anyanwu, Strategic Research and Policy; Lena Oyama, Board; Florence Inuk, TRADOC (Doctrine and Development) and Lami Wushishi, Excise and Free Trade Zone

ACG Modupe Aremu was redeployed from Excise FTZ to Zone A headquarters in Lagos; Jack Ajoku from SR&P to Zone D headquarters; Ag ACG Uba Mohammed from EI&I to Zone B headquarters; Ag. ACG Usman Dakingari from TRADOC to EI&I; Comptroller Ifueko Babalola takes over Portharcourt Oil and Gas as Area Controller; Comptroller Ngozi Uche as Area Controller Info/Ekiti; Danlami Haruna, Controller Bauchi/Gombe; Sambo Dangaladima, Controller Murtala Mohammed Airport Command while Ago Controller Enonche Ochiba takes charge of Western Marine Command

According to the statement, Comptroller General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ali charged all the affected officers to work harder to justify their new positions.

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor is a seasoned journalist and the CEO/Founder Belch Digital Communications, publishers of Hybrid News Nigeria.

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