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Customs Boss Hameed Ali and Saraki Meet Behind Closed Door

Senate President Bukola Saraki yesterday evening held a closed session with the Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs service, retired Colonel Hameed Ali.

This is coming on a day Ali had written the Senate to say he would not honor the invitation extended to him to appear at plenary in uniform.

The senators however insisted he must appear in uniform on Wednesday at the Senate plenary.


Ali had written another letter, explaining why he won't be able to honour the senate invitation.

23 comments:

  1. This custom boss is trying to show that he's not under any law to wear custom uniform... What exactly is wrong with him.

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    1. Which law states that he must wear uniform?

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    2. Which law states that he must wear uniform?

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  2. We are seriously waiting and watching, he that laugh last, laugh the best.
    #Believe

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  3. Hope Saraki will talk some sense into him

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  4. Issokay, its quite understandable.

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  5. You must he appear in uniform. What has his uniform got to do with his performance on his job

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  6. Hassan Aderemi15 March, 2017 08:20

    Thank God is Wednesday, much awaited encounter between Senate & CGC, let's go there

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  7. See drama. This man tough oooo

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  8. Oladimeji Seun15 March, 2017 08:30

    Abeg lets listen to this man ple, give him another day to appear.

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  9. They must not treat this as a closed door matter

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  10. you must obey senate if not you quit and give it to another..you must obey the laid down rules and i hope saraki is not begging him with dat private meeting they had..appear as demanded by the senate to give account

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  11. Who is Saraki to talk sense into anybody's head. Is he himself (Saraki) a man of honour?

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  12. Somebody is doing a good job, all that the Senate is concerned about is uniform

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  13. Somebody is doing a good job, all that the Senate is concerned about is uniform

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  14. Misplaced priority..

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  15. Does putting on uniform make ensure higher performance.

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