Comptroller Oyama takes over MMA Command .Sets to increase trade facilitation, stakeholders collaboration

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Comptroller Oyama takes over MMA Command

.Sets to increase trade facilitation, stakeholders collaboration

 By Udeme Clement

From right: The new CAC,  Comptroller Oyama taking over from Comptroller Shoboiki:

The Murtala Muhammed Area Command of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, is poised for greater productivity, as Comptroller L E Oyama, has taken over the mantle of leadership, as the new Customs Area Controller, CAC.

Comptroller Oyama who took over officially from Comptroller Jayne Shoboiki, on Wednesday 21 August 21, 2019, thanked the out-going CAC for her achievements while in office.

She promised to enhance trade facilitation and stakeholders collaboration, in order to increase productivity for more revenue generation for the Federal Government.

Comptroller Oyama expressed great pleasure on the on-going reforms of the Service by the Comptroller-General of Customs, CGC Ali Hameed, emphasizing that Customs under the watch of CGC Ali has recorded outstanding achievements in revenue collection for economic development, trade facilitation and anti-smuggling drive aimed at curtailing influx of prohibited items into the country.

More so, Comptroller Oyama joined the Service as an Assistant Superintendent of Customs 1 and rose through the ranks to Comptroller of Customs.

Oyama served in various Commands and the Headquarters Abuja. The new CAC also served at Investigation and discipline Units, even as she worked with Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

Comptroller Oyama urged officers and men under her watch to be alert, effective and committed, to reposition the Command not to only maintain Revenue performance but surpass its target.

The CAC told officers to draw boundaries at the best of time, while advising them to always apply the Customs 7-Cs.

She promised to run an open-door policy and enjoined officers to bring any issue to discuss the way forward.

 

 

 

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