To surpass last year's N1.1 trillion revenue in 2018, Comptroller- General of Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali( rtd) Tuesday approved the appointment of three officers in acting capacity and re- deployment of eight others. The Service Public Relations Officer, Joseph Atta confirmed the minor shake up in a statement, saying the exercise was approved " to reposition the Service for greater efficiency in the year 2018". Officers appointed in acting capacity are: ACG .Isa Talatu Mairo now acting DGC ( tariffs & trade), Comptroller Amajam Buka now Ag.ACG( enforcement, investigation & inspection) and Comptroller David Elisha Chikan as Ag. ACG( human resources & development). Officers redeployed include, DCG . Chidi Augustine who was moved from excise, industrial, incentives & free trade zone to strategic research & policy, DCG. Iferi Patience from SR& p to EII& FTZ, ACG. Sarki Umar Folashade moved from EII& FTZ to SR& P; ACG Fatade Aderenle moved from Zone ' D' headquarters to E.I.I& FTZ, ACG. Enwereuzor Francis moved from SR& P to Zone ' D' headquarters. Others officers redeployed yesterday include, Comptroller Azarama Ahmed from Coordinator , CGC Compliance team to federal operations unit zone ' c', Comptroller Odibu Christopher from Ikorodu lighter terminal to Oyo/ osun command and Deputy Comptroller Adeniran j.o moved from E.I&I to Ikorodu lighter terminal. " The Comptroller- General of Customs charged affected officers to see their appointment, re- deployment as opportunity to contribute their best towards consolidating the gains of the on- going reforms in the service ", Atta statement noted.