• Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

Ex-Strike Force Bosses, 3 ACGs Amongst 1,490 Promoted Custom Officers

The Board of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has approved the appointment of three Assistant Comptrollers General (ACGs) as well as the promotion of 1, 490 senior officers, both of General Duty and Support Staff to various ranks with effect from 1st January 2022.

A statement made available by the Customs National Public Relations Officer, Timi Bomodi, signed on his behalf by Superintendent of Customs, Abdullahi Maiwada listed the lucky ACGs as Greg Itotoh, Festus Okun and Shuaibu Ibrahim.

Those promoted Comptrollers include the Customs National PRO Timi Bomodi, a former ace spokesman Musa Omale, Customs Area Controller Ogun 1, Ahmadu Shuaibu, former Coordinator, CG Strike Force Zone C, Alhaji Musa Yusuf, now retired, Zanna Chiroma, Stanley Nwankwo, Ajibola Odusanya, Paul Ekpenyong, Abubakar Umar, CGC’s South West Zonal Coordinator, Mohammed Sani Yusuf, among others.

According to the statement, while 64 Deputy Comptrollers (DCs) were promoted Comptrollers; 128 Assistant Comptrollers (ACs) got promoted Deputy Comptrollers (DCs); 89 Chief Superintendent of Customs (CSCs) promoted Assistant Comptrollers (ACs); 220 Superintendents of Customs (SCs) to Chief Superintendent Customs (CSCs); 107 Deputy Superintendents of Customs (DSCs) to Superintendents of Customs (SCs); 302 Assistant Superintendents of Customs I (ASC I) to Deputy Superintendents of Customs (DSCs); 223 Assistant Superintendents of Customs II (ASC II) to Assistant Superintendents of Customs I (ASC I); 357 Inspectors of Customs (ICs) promoted to the rank of Assistant Superintendents of Customs II.

It will be recalled that earlier, the Management of Nigeria Customs approved the promotion of 1, 252 men within the ranks of Inspectors and Customs Assistant cadres.

The Comptroller General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd) CFR was quoted as having congratulated the newly appointed and promoted Officers.

In his message, he charged them to redouble their efforts in ensuring the Service achieves its set out goals.

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