If you stop working personnel college courses thrice, you end your profession’– C-G Custom-mades


The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Col. Hameed Ali (Rtd) states any officer who stops working personnel college courses thrice will be revealed the method out.

Customs CG, Hameed Ali.

Ali stated this at the graduation of 2018 Course 2 consisted of Senior and Junior Courses of the Nigeria Customs Command and Personnel College, Gwagwalada, Abuja on Friday.

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He described that the reform being carried out in the location of capability structure was indicated to match the administrative change in personnel publishing and promo.

” The period of scoring 99.9 percent in APPER type to figure out officers’ promo is over, since henceforth, the promo will be based upon efficiency.

” If you try this training courses 3 times and you stop working, it will bring you to the end of your profession in the service.

” We are currently executing strictly the standing functional treatments to assist routine personnel motions, in addition to to figure out the promo of deserving officers from one rank to the other.

” Henceforth, promo to the next rank and the nature of posts of an officer will depend to a big level on involvement and efficiency throughout the personnel college courses.

” The ramifications of this consist of the truth that presence of the college is now obligatory for all officers due or chosen,” he stated.

Ali cautioned that whoever stopped working to participate in would deal with serious sanctions since henceforth, the management would draw on the course’s reports released on the involvement and efficiency of the trainees to figure out the type of posts and viability for particular consultations.

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The CG kept in mind that proper regulations in this regard would be released to show severity and significance of his dedication to training.

In his remarks, the commandant of the college, Assistant Controller-General, David Chikan stated that 80 trainees finished for the 2018 session.

Chikan described that there were 40 trainees for senior courses and 40 for Junior while 16 women were amongst the finishing trainees.

He applauded the CG’s effort on human capability advancement which he referred to as type in making sure professionalism.



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