The Federal capital Territory Customs Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has just witnessed a historic handover ceremony as the outgoing Customs Area Controller, Ag. ACG, Florence Nanu Ogar-Modey, thursday passed the baton of leadership to the incoming Customs Area Controller, Comptroller Olu Adebisi. Several officers and men of the Command as well as stakeholders were at the function held at the Command’s Conference Hall.
The tenure of the outgoing Customs Area Controller, Ag., ACG FN Ogar-Modey, lasted for Nine (9)months, during which numerous visible achievements were recorded. Some of her achievements include the generation of impressive revenue, ensuring compliance of excise factories.
The outgoing Customs Area Controller, Ag. ACG FN OGAR-MODEY in her speech, expressed her appreciation to the officers of the command and the stakeholders for the dedication and cooperation given to her during her tenure. She spoke glowingly of the incoming CAC as a seasoned career officer from Promotion and Upgrading at the Headquarters with a track record of excellence. She appealed to the officers of the command and the stakeholders to work collaboratively with the incoming CAC in order to achieve the set goals of revenue generation.
The incoming Customs Area Controller, COMPTROLLER OLU ADEBISI extended his appreciation to the outgoing CAC and also congratulated her on her new appointment as the Acting Assistant Comptroller General of Customs(ACG). He spoke of the long established partnership between the Nigeria Customs Service and the stakeholders to achieve the core mandate of revenue generation, and to this regard, he solicited the cooperation of the officers and Stakeholders to achieve this mandate. In conclusion, he wished the outgoing CAC the best in her future endeavours.
Goodwill messages from Officers to the outgoing Customs Area Controller were full of praises and commendations. Present during the handover ceremony were Deputy Comptrollers,Team Leader Customs Intelligence Unit (CIU), Staff Officer General, Stakeholders and a host of other senior Officers of the Command.