The spokesman confirmed his own redistribution in an interview with the Nigerian News Agency in Abuja on Saturday.

He said other officers were similarly redeployed to different commands.

Bomodi expressed his determination to work to improve the service in his new role.

However, he said he would continue to work as a spokesman for the service, pending his official handover.

On the publication of the list of publications, Bomodi said, “individual area controllers will announce their arrival.”

NAN reports that Bomodi has been promoted from the rank of Deputy Comptroller to Comptroller.

A reshuffle of senior officers is coming up, following the appointment of three Deputy Comptroller General of Customs and the promotion of 1,490 senior officers and support staff, including Bomodi.

NAN further reports that the NCS Comptroller General, Retired Colonel Hameed Ali, had announced on January 19 the approval of the appointment and redeployment of some members of management.

He said the approval followed the legal retirement of some members of the service’s management team.

He said the appointment and redeployment of the new members of management was to improve the delivery of strategic and effective services.

The NCS is a government agency responsible for customs revenue collection, domestic and international trade facilitation, and anti-smuggling activities.

It is supervised by the Ministry of Finance.