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Customs decorates 36 promoted officers in Adamawa Command, 19 officers in Imo

Customs decorates 36 promoted officers in Adamawa Command, 19 officers in Imo
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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), on Tuesday decorated 36 senior and junior newly promoted officers of the Adamawa/Taraba Command.

The Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone C, Owerri  on Tuesday similarly, decorated 19 newly promoted officers in the zone with their new ranks .

Mr Kamarudeen Olumoh, the Comptroller in charge of Adamawa/Taraba Command, stated this while decorating the promoted officers with their new ranks on Tuesday in Yola.

Olumoh said that the promotion of the officers was based on merit, their track records of hard work and dedication to the service.

”I want you to see the promotion as stimulus and a form of incentive for enhance performances.

‘Also, it is aim to encourage you to do more to justify the confidence reposed in you by the NCS,” Olumoh said.

Olumoh noted that COVID-19 pandemic has affected the national economic, adding that customs was the second major revenue source of the Federal Government after oil sector.

The controller urged the officers to reciprocate government and dedicate themselves to duty for effective service delivery.

Also speaking, Mr Mohammed Alhassan, the Controller, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), in charge of Adamawa, congratulated the service for promoting the officers.

Alhassan said that the officers should prepare for higher responsibility and put in more efforts to achieve the goals of assigned tasks.

The promoted officers include a Deputy Comptroller of Customs (CC), two Assistant Comptrollers  (AC) and two Chief Superintendent (CSC) of customs.

Others are 12 Deputy Superintendent of Customs (DSC); 19 Assistant Superintendent of Customs (ACS I) and five Assistant Superintendent of Customs (ACS II).

Also elevated are three Deputy Superintendent of Customs (DSC), one Assistant Superintendent of Customs (ASC I) and two Assistant Superintendent of Customs (ASC II).

In a related development, the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Federal Operating Unit (FOU), Zone C, Owerri, also on Tuesday, decorated 19 newly promoted officers in the zone with their new ranks .

The ceremony which took place in Owerri on Tuesday was conducted by NCS Comptroller in Imo, Mr kayode Olusemire on behalf of the Comptroller General, Col. Hameed Ali.

Among the decorated officers were  seven persons from the rank of Chief Superintendent of Customs (CSC) to Assistant Comptroller (AC) and  one person from Superintendent of Customs (SC) to Chief Superintendent of Customs (CSC).

Also decorated were 10 officers from the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Customs (ASC I) to Deputy Superintendent of Customs (DSC) and one officer from Inspector of Customs (IC) to Assistant Superintendent of Customs (ASC II).

The comptroller congratulated the officers, saying their promotion was evidence of hard work and commitment to duty.

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According to him, the decorated officers were among the 1,033 successful candidates  out of over 2,900 who sat for a recent promotional examination conducted by the service nationwide.

Olusemire urged them to hold on to the tenets of hard work, dedication and discipline in the discharge of their constitutional duties and continue to represent the service well.

“I thank the NCS management team for steering the ship of the service in the right direction through annual conduct of promotional examinations. This has gone a long way in boosting the morale of our officers.

“I also congratulate all newly promoted officers in the service and wish you success in your latest achievements.

“It rests on you to prove that you truly deserve the new ranks. Be humble, read and learn from others so that you will continue to excel. To whom much is given, a lot is expected,” he said.

Responding on behalf of the promoted officers, AC Usman Dahiru thanked the management of the service for seeing them worthy of honour and pledged unreserved dedication to the service and country.

“We deeply appreciate our leaders. We are proud of the service and its leadership and we, therefore, pledge our unswerving commitment to the service and to Nigeria,” he said.

 

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