Abuja – Recently-appointed Comptroller-General of
Customs, Hameed Ibrahim Ali, said his priority was to reform and restructure
He said this would enhance the capacity of Nigeria
Customs Service generate more revenue.
This, he said was the mandate received from President
“The mandate he (Buhari) has given me are three basic
things," said Ali.
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"...go to Customs, reform Customs, restructure
Customs and increase the revenue generation, simple. I don’t think that is
ambiguous, I don’t think that is cumbersome.”
Ali was was speaking in Abuja at his maiden meeting held with
Management of the Service on assumption of duty.
He charged Customs Management to work with him to deliver
on the mandate given by Buhari.
"It is precise and I believe that is what all
of you are here to do.”
The 60-year-old Bauchi State-born was appointed late
- CAJ News