By Gboyega Oni
The Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd) has approved the redeployment of 8 officers (3 in higher acting capacities) for greater service delivery. Notable among them is Comptroller Tade Francis Adetoye of Adamawa/Taraba Customs Command who will now resume as Customs Area Controller of PTML Command in Tincan Island Port, Lagos.
This development was contained in a press statement made available to PortNews by Deputy Comptroller Joseph Attah, the National Public Relations Officer of the Service.
According to Attah, the redeployment was carried out by the Service in order to further strengthen the operations of the Nigeria Customs Service.
Outgoing PTML Controller, Comptroller Aremu Modupe Adeyanju (Mrs) was promoted as Acting Assistant Comptroller-General (Strategic Research & Policy); Deputy Comptroller, Agbara Ojobo Michael as Acting Customs Area Controller Ogun Command and Deputy Comptroller, Olumoh Kamaluddeen as Acting CAC Adamawa/Taraba Command.
Other officers redeployed include Comptroller, Loko Yusuf from SR&P to Abia/Imo Command, Comptroller, Ajiya Kashim from Human Resources and Development to Customs Training College Ikeja, Comptroller, Sani Madugu from Ogun Command to Enforcement HQ and Deputy Comptroller, Dangaladima Sambo Khalid from SR&P to Presidential Task Force on Cross Border Movement.
The affected officers were charged by the CGC to see their appointments and redeployment as opportunities to build on the gains of the on-going reforms for enhanced service delivery.