Customs appoints Compt. Kamal Mohammed Broadcasting network Board Chairman

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The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Wale Adeniyi, has appointed Comptroller Kamal Mohammed as Chairman, Board of the Nigeria Customs Broadcasting Network (NCBN) Limited.

NCBN, one of the four companies owned by the Nigeria Customs Service, is a broadcasting institution that disseminates information about the service through conventional and digital media platforms.

Comptroller Kamal Mohammed’s appointment was approved and announced by the Comptroller-General of Customs on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2023, during the inauguration of the four service’s companies at the Customs Headquarters in Abuja.

Adeniyi said the appointment reflected the commitment of the Customs’ Management Team to promoting a vibrant Customs administration through media and propagation of its activities and mandates.

The Comptroller-General urged Kamal to live up to the expectations of the management team.

“I wish to charge you and your members further to ensure the effective management of this company and be dogged in the discharge of your duties and responsibilities,”he said.

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The board comprises Esther James Komo as Secretary, CSC Abdullahi Maiwada as member and two directors from the Ministry of Finance Incorporated, Mr Udechukwu Osakwe and Mr Sabo Muhammad.

NCBN was inaugurated by the Comptroller-General alongside Customs Service Technical & Hanger Services Limited, Nigeria Customs Service Training & Hotels Limited, and Nigeria Customs Service Hospital Limited.

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