Customs Controller harps on strict compliance with government fiscal policy  

From left: Attah taking over the baton of leadership from Comptroller Kalla

The Customs Area Controller, Kebbi Command, Comptroller Joseph Attah has harped on the need for officers and men of the command to ensure strict compliance to government fiscal policy on imports and exports of goods.

Attah specifically mentioned foreign parboiled rice and petroleum product as some of the items that the Command’s officers and men need to keep watchful eyes on to ensure they are not smuggled into or out of the country.

Attah stated this while taking over the leadership of the command from Comptroller Hafiz Kalla in the Command Headquarters in Birnin Kebbi, last week.

Reminding the officers that the land borders in the Command are still officially closed, Comptroller Attah also promised a robust stakeholder engagement with relevant stakeholders in Kebbi State to engender a culture of voluntary compliance.

He charged the operatives to avoid conducts that are unbecoming of officers and capable of causing friction between the Service and members of the community.

The new Controller urged them to be disciplined and cooperate with him as he promised to be a team player with fairness and justice to everybody.

Earlier, Comptroller Kalla while congratulating the new Area Controller on his new appointment, urged officers and men of the Command to extend the same support and cooperation they accorded him to the new Controller.

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