Customs Boss, CGC Adeniyi rejigs operations

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Customs Boss, CGC Adeniyi rejigs operations

As ACG Bello Jibo assumes duty in Zone ‘A’

The Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service, CGC Bashir Adewale Adeniyi MFR, has carried out the first reshufflement of his management team, as he redeployed
ACG Bello Mohammed Jibo to
Zone ‘A’ headquarters, as the new Zonal Coordinator.

The latest development aims at repositioning the Zone for effective service delivery, in line with the policy of Customs management to ensure efficiency in the system.

The New Zonal Coordinator hails from Birnin Kebbi Local Government Area of Kebbi State.

He had his early education at the Federal Government College Ijanikin, Lagos. After that, he proceeded to University of Sokoto, now Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, where he bagged a Bachelor of Arts Degree.

ACG Bello Jibo has attended several professional courses both locally and internationally, which include United States Patent Trade Mark on Global International Property Enforcement, Certificate Course on General Scanner Operations, Image Analysis, Modern Customs Management, NICIS I, System Operator Course (scanner), World Customs Organisation (WCO) Leadership and Management Development Workshop, among others.

Also, ACG Jibo has served at various Commands in different capacities. He became a Comptroller of Customs in 2018.

He served as Customs Area Controller of Seme Command, where he used his wealth of experience in repositioning the Command.

He was appointed as Ag. ACG in 2023 and was deployed as ACG Customs headquarters until his recent posting to Zone ‘A’ Headquarters as the Zonal Coordinator.

On resumption of office, the ACG charged officers to remain dedicated and committed to the vision and mission of the new Customs Management in Revenue Generation, Anti-Smuggling activities and Trade Facilitation.

He cautioned that he will have zero tolerance for any damaging act to the success of the new Customs Administration, while encouraging officers to take the issues of discipline and Code of Conduct seriously, as anything contrary will be viewed with utmost seriousness.

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