THE Upper West Regional Sector Command of the Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) mobilied GHC918,708 revenue last year representing over 500 per cent increase of its revenue target of GH¢350,000 set for the year under review.
Mr. Terry Morkeh, the Sector Commander of CEPS, announced this at an-end-of-year get-together for personnel at Sombo in Wa Municipality on Friday.
He commended them and all others who helped in making the sector command exceed its revenue target.
He hoped that they would not relent in their efforts to enable the sector attain its revenue target for this year.
Mr. Morkeh commended the Regional Co-ordinating Council for its co-operation support and hoped they would continue to enjoy such support to enhance their operations.
The Sector Commander also praised the Police and the Airborne Force Detachment at Wa, for their various roles that contributed significantly to the achievements and success story of the common.
Mr. David Yakubu, the Regional Co-ordinating Director, who presided over the ceremony, noted that CEPs was one of the major revenue mobilisation organisations with the targets for itself and pledged his outfit’s fullest co-operation and support to enable it mobilise the needed revenue for development.
He advised them not to relent but work harder to enable them attain higher results this year.
Ten CEPS officials comprising five junior ranks and five senior officers were honoured for their meritorious services to the sector command.