Akure - The Ondo/Ekiti States Command of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) on Monday said that 94 officers in the command had been promoted to their next ranks.
The command's spokesman, Abdullahi Kabara, told newsmen that the exercise was part of the ongoing restructuring in the service.
Kabara said top on the list was Assistant Comptroller of Customs, Umar Bologi, who was promoted to the rank of Deputy Comptroller of Customs.
Kabara, who was also promoted from Assistant Chief Inspector of Customs to Deputy Chief Inspector of Customs, said that Bologi was decorated alongside other senior ranking officers in Lagos on Friday.
According to him, the names are being released in batches.
Decorating the newly-promoted officers at the Ondo command headquarters, Area Comptroller Aminu Dangaladima, urged them to be more committed to duty and work for the development of the country.
Those who also made the list include the Staff Officer of the Command, Superintendent of Customs Okolo Monday, who was promoted to the rank of Chief Superintendent of Customs.
Also promoted was the Officer-in-Charge of Vehicle Seat, Fasehun Fayoke, who was promoted from the rank of Principal Inspector of Customs to Assistant Chief Inspector of Customs.
Others include the Provost, Ogunleye Hamzat, who was promoted from Principal Inspector of Customs to Assistant Chief Inspector of Customs.
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