In an apparent response to the Senate’s directive, the Comptroller General of Customs, Hameed Ali, has said that he was not employed to wear uniform.
He told TVC on Friday that rather, he was appointed to work effectively.
The Senate had ordered him to appear before it on March 15th in his official uniform as a customs officer.
He was summoned by the fuming senators over the new order by the Customs Service for all old vehicles to pay their customs duty.
Customs offered a 60 per cent rebate for vehicles from 2015 below.
“No! I was not appointed Comptroller General of Customs to wear uniform.
“Does uniform work or the person behind the uniform?
“Am I doing my job or not? I think that should be what should worry the National Assembly” he said.