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Nigerian Senate on Thursday quizzed the Customs Comptroller General, Hameed Ali for not wearing customs uniform to the Chamber.


Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu thanked the Customs Comptroller General for honouring Senate's invitation and asked why he is not wearing the Customs uniform.

"Please oblige us if you have any reason for not wearing the Customs uniform", he asked.

"No law against me for not wearing Uniform", Hameed Ali told the senators.

Bala Ibn Na’Allah, senator representing Kebbi south, said the letter sent to the senate by Ali on not wearing his uniform is derogatory.
Na’Allah cites sections seven, eight and 10 of the Customs Act which states that the Customs shares same privileges with police and other institutions, which includes wearing uniforms.
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  1. If it is mandatory for him (Ali) to wear the uniform but refused to, then he should resign or ready to be relieved of the appointment.

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  2. But this malam goes to visit offices on parade with babariga...
    Is that a good leadership representation.

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  3. This guy should come down from his white horse and resign since he feels he is bigger than the uniform.If he took the Job as a CG he should follow every laws and acts of the agency. He is not proud of his Job as a CG,so he should be fired at ones.Government should minds the kind of minds they nominate for appointments.

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