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Customs redeploys 5 comptrollers


Abuja – The Acting Comptroller-General of Customs, Dr. John Atte, has approved the redeployment of five customs comptrollers.
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The redeployment is contained in a statement issued by Mr. Joseph Attah, the service Deputy Public Relations Officer, on Tuesday in Abuja.

The statement listed them as Amade Abdul from Zone A Headquarters, to Federal Operation, Unit A; Azarema Ahmed, Modernisation, to Port Harcourt Area 1 and Madusu Sani from Customs Training College, Ikeja, to Seme border.

The others are Kuffidan Garba, deployed from Port Harcourt Area 1 to Strategic Research and Policy, Headquarters, and Ndalati Garba, from Seme to Strategic Research and Policy, Headquarters.

The statement said that the redeployment was part of new resolve to tighten border security and pursue vigorously the achievement of the 2015 revenue target.

It stated that Atte advised the officers to take over their new positions immediately and re-shappen the service apparatus for maximum productivity. (NAN)

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