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President Muhammadu Buhari, through the Comptroller-General of Customs, Hameed Ali, has dismissed seventeen Junior Officers of the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, for offences ranging from drug addiction, certificate forgery, theft, and absence from duty, from January to September, 2016.
Recall, that President Buhari had earlier hired 13 Senior Advocates Nigeria, SAN, to defend his alleged forged WAEC result.
However, the case was suspiciously withdrawn by the Litigant.
The Spokesperson for the Customs, Wale Adeniyi, who disclosed this on Sunday evening, maintained that the appointment of two other Officers, were terminated for absence from duty, while one Officer was retired for drug addiction
“Investigations into offences committed by the Officers in the senior category, are now being concluded,” Adeniyi said.
He added: “Officers found guilty are expected to face similar stiff penalties.
“These disciplinary measures were taken after series of investigations, and deliberations by the Disciplinary Committee, and recommendations were made to the Management.
“This process is a continuation of the reform agenda the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd), promised upon his assumption of office, which emphasized discipline, good conduct, and transparency”.



Meanwhile, the Customs Service is advocating a total ban on rice imports from 2017, to encourage local producers.
This was contained in a statement signed by Adeniyi, in Abuja, and made available to Post-Nigeria.
He said that the Service was disturbed by various reports indicating that Customs had reversed the ban on rice importation, through the land borders.
According to him, “It is necessary to restate the true position in view of the confusion, which these publications may create in the industry.
“It is even more expedient to provide this clarification, given that the Service has taken a firm position earlier in the week, through a joint News Conference with stakeholders.
“We like to reiterate the position that importation of rice remains banned through our land borders, and we have the commitment of partner government agencies, and stakeholders, to enforce this restriction.
“While this restriction is in force, rice imports through the ports are still allowed, subject to payment of extant charges.
“The service will therefore, advocate a total ban on rice importation into Nigeria with effect from 2017.
“It is our belief that continuous waste of scarce forex on a commodity that can be produced locally, makes no economic sense, most especially at a period of recession.
“We urge Nigerians to watch out for similar antics, as the firm stand on rice smuggling, will pitch their selfish interest against our national interest”.

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