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Adeniyi, Jibo Becomes Ag DCG SR& P, ACG Hqtrs, Respectively

…As Hqtrs Customs Constitute New Management


The Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Col. Hameed Ali (Rtd) has approved the appointment of a new management team in acting capacities

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This is coming on the backdrop of the statutory retirement of some members of the management team, as the newly constituted  management team is expected to enhance strategic and effective service delivery.

A statement signed by the NCS Spokesman, Comptroller Timi Bomodi on behalf of the CGC listed the new management team to include Elton Edorhe, DCG Finance Admin & Technical Service; HK Gummi, DCG Tariff and Trade; M Abba-Kura Ag. DCG Enforcement Inspection & Investigation; Galadima Saidu, Ag. DCG Human Resource Development; JP Ajoku, Ag. DCG Excise, Free Trade Zone & Industrial Incentives;  BA Adeniyi, Ag. DCG Strategic Research and Policy; and GA Itotoh Ag. DCG Training and Doctrine Command.

While Mohammed B. Jibo was appointed the Ag. ACG Headquarters, immediate past multiple award winning Controller of the Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘B’,  A. Hamisu was posted as the Ag. ACG/Commandant Nigeria Customs Command & Staff College.

Others are Olugbenga Peters,  Ag. ACG/Zonal Coordinator Zone ‘D’; AI Alfa, Ag. ACG Strategic Research and Policy; Hammi J. Swomen, Ag. ACG Excise, Free Trade Zone & Industrial Incentives; KC Egwuh, Ag. ACG Training and Doctrine Command; MBA Musa, Ag. ACG Tariff and Trade; A Dappa-Williams, Ag. ACG Enforcement Inspection & Investigation; Y. Salihu, Ag. ACG Finance & Admin; and MI Yusuf, Ag. ACG ICT/Modernization.

The new appointees include SA Bomai, Ag. ACG Board; CK Niagwan, Ag. ACG Finance, Admin & Technical Services; and KI Adeola, Ag. ACG Training and Doctrine Command.

While thanking the retired members of the management for their meritorious service and support, Col. Ali (Rtd) CFR congratulated the newly appointed Officers and charged them to redouble their efforts in ensuring the Service achieves greater heights in its mandates of revenue generation, suppression of smuggling and trade facilitation.


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