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Customs redeploys five comptrollers

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS),on Tuesday redeployed five comptrollers to various command and units.

The redeployment  was part of the new resolve to tighten border security and to meet the 2015 revenue target.

In a statement by the NCS Deputy Public Relations Officer, Mr. Joseph Attah, an assistant comptroller, the Acting Comptroller-General of Customs, Dr. John Atte, approved the redeployment of the five comptrollers.

He listed the affected officers as including: Comptroller A. Amadi, who was moved from Zone A headquarter in Lagos to the Federal Operation Unit, Zone A in Ikeja; Comptroller Azarema.

A, who was at Mordenisation department was asked to go to Port Harcourt Area 1 command; Comptroller Madugu, S. J. was moved from Customs Training College (CTC), Ikeja to Seme Border Command; Comptroller Kuffi, D. G, Port Harcourt Area I Command to Strategic Research and Planning (SR&P) and Comptroller Ndalati, G.G.M, Seme Border Command to Strategic Research and Planning (SR&P).

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