Outgoing Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon finally met Finance undersecretary John Sevilla who was appointed as officer-in-charge of the Bureau of Customs, and have discussed pending projects for the agency.
Biazon expressed confidence in Sevilla in catching smugglers in the country, adding that the Finance undersecretary has an advantage for serving a role at the Finance Department.
Biazon gave Sevilla a list of projects that could possibly be prioritized as he temporarily takes over the BOC.
Biazon will officially turn the agency over to Sevilla on the December 9 Monday flag ceremony.
Biazon resigned from his post after he was included in the new batch of pork barrel scam raps.