Nigeria Customs Launches New Uniform (See Photos)

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The leadership of the Nigerian Customs Service which made about N1 trillion as revenue last year has decided to beautify the appearance of its members.

The Nigeria Customs Service has launched the newly introduced additional uniforms for its officers.

The uniform was showcased by the Deputy Comptroller-Generals (DCG) Tariff and Trade, Isa Talatu Mairo and the national public relations officer, DC Attah Joseph.

The Comptroller General of Nigerian Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali has been heavily criticized for not wearing the agency’s uniform.

Some senators expressed concern over Ali’s defiance of the National Assembly by appearing in mufti despite the letter sent to him, specifying that he should appear in uniform.

On this, there have been several divisions as to whether the Customs Boss, a former military administrator, is mandated by law as the top official to wear the uniform or not.

His car and aircraft carry the official logo of Customs but he wears mufti. Also, his salary is as ‘Customs’ Boss.

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