BREAKING: Nigeria Customs Service Appoints 6 New Deputy Comptroller-Generals, 8 New ACGs

The Nigeria Customs Service has approved the appointment of six new Deputy Comptroller-Generals (DCP) and another six new Assistant Comptroller-Generals (ACP). The DCGs were formerly ACGs while the new ACGs were formerly Comptrollers.
The spokesperson of the service, Wale Adeniyi, said the new appointees, who would function in acting capacities, would replace the top officials that either resigned or retired last week.

The six top officers, who were Assistant Comptrollers-General, include Idris Suleiman (Finance Administration and Technical Service); Iya Umar (Tariff and Trade) and Dan Ugo (Enforcement Investigation and Inspection).

The others include Grace Adeyemo (Excise, FTZ & Industrial Incentive); Austin Warikoru (Human Resource Development) and Paul Ukaigwe (Strategic Research and Policy).

The eight officers, who were Comptrollers prior to their appointments, would assume the newly created offices as Assistant Comptrollers-General.

They include Umar Sanusi (Headquarters); Funsho Adegoke (ICT); Mohammed Abbas (Board); Olatunji Aremu (Command & Staff College); Charles Edike (Zonal Coordinator Zone ‘A’); Abubakar Dangaladima (Zonal Coordinator Zone ‘B’); Azarema Abdulkadir (Zonal Coordinator Zone ‘C’) and Chidi Augustine (Zonal Coordinator Zone ‘D’).

Mr. Adeniyi said seven other officers were equally redeployed in the new exercise. They included Adesina Odunmbaku (Finance and Technical Service); Robert Alu (Tariff and Trade); Ade Dosumu (Enforcement and Drugs); Monday Abueh (Excise & Industrial Incentive); Ahmed Mohammed (Human Resource Management); Patience Iferi (Strategic Research and Policy) and Aminu Abba (Technical Services). PT

A senior officer in Nigeria Customs Service informed SKYTREND NEWS on telephone moments ago.
SKYTREND NEWS had exclusively broke the news last Thursday that all 5 DCGs has voluntarily and unanimously resigned their appointments in a one-page letter.
Also on Friday SKYTREND NEWS reported that 34 Senior Officers of the Service were retired.

in a massive reorganisation of the Customs Service.

Earlier today SKYTREND NEWS Correspondent was informed that a massive retirement is in place and will involve at least 1,200 Customs officers from various ranks who are already due for retirement.