Customs boss charges new team on commitment
ABUJA, (CAJ News) – THE Comptroller-General of Customs (CGC), Hameed Ibrahim Ali, has charged the new management of Nigeria Customs Service to re-dedicate themselves to hard work and commitment to nation building.
He said this could be attained through efficient and effective service delivery.
Ali gave the charge after the decoration of 14 new members of management at the Customs Headquarters in Abuja.
He expressed happiness that the newly decorated officers were appointed purely based on merit
devoid of lobbying and any external influence.
“We must deliver on our mandate and work towards making 2016 the best year in the Nigeria Customs Service,” Ali said.
The ceremony marked formal constitution of a new management for the Service brought on board new Deputy Comptrollers-General.
Among these are Suleiman Idris, Ukaigwe Paul, Umar Iya, Ugo Daniel, Warikoru Austin and Adeyemo Grace.
Eight Assistant Comptrollers-General were decorated.
Responding on behalf of the newly promoted Officers, Deputy Comptroller-General of Customs in-charge of Finance, Administration and Technical Service, Suleiman expressed gratitude for the appointments.
He lauded Ali for his exemplary leadership.
Suleiman assured Ali of the appointees’ unquestionable loyalty and dedication to the course of nation building through hard work and commitment to honest service delivery.
– CAJ News
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