Photo : ACG Queen Ogbudu
The Nigerian Customs Service has tasked the newly promoted officers to contribute immensely towards boosting the Service’s revenue generation in their zones.
They were also urged to improve their service delivery, relationship with stakeholders, and professionalism.
The Zonal Coordinator, Zone B Kaduna of the Nigeria Customs Service, ACG Queen Ogbudu, made the call in her speech shortly after decorating the newly promoted officers in the Zonal Headquarters, Kaduna.
The Zonal Coordinator also urged the officers to intensify the anti-smuggling operations in their zones to protect the borders of this country.
She hinted that the promotion was based on merit, urging them to use the gesture to uplift the agenda of the present Comptroller General of Customs.
“It is expected that our revenue is supposed to go higher, considering the fact that for this year our revenue is above N5 trillion. It is expected that you put every effort to make it achievable,” she said.
According to her, their promotion was a result of dedication, hard work, diligence, and integrity, and it is expected that they contribute towards achieving the service goals.
Speaking on behalf of the promoted officers, Comptroller Mercy Eduok vowed to pursue the code and conduct governing the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) and thanked the Comptroller General of Customs for finding them worthy to be promoted.
She also pledged their hardworking dedication to the service, commitment, and focus to ensure the NCS management team succeeds.