The Ag. Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service, Bashir Adewale Adeniyi has re-echoed his stand to sustain the mastership of the Service in the area of protecting the lives and properties of Nigerians – through enhanced capacity building for his officers.
The CGC made this known during a courtesy visit by the Commandant of the National Institute for Security Studies, Ayodele Adeleke, who led members of the Institute to Customs Corporate Headquarters Abuja
The Ag. CGC, says there’s a need to join hands in intensifying the probity of officers and men of the Service, emphasizing that maintaining security level in Nigeria is a collaborative effort.”
In his remarks, the Commandant of NISS, Ayodele Adeleke, says, the Institute is currently researching “Globalization and Regional Economic Integration, Implications for Sustainable Development in Africa.”
The Commandant, however, added that “the visit is centred around a training program beneficial to the Service’s management, officers, and personnel.”
He also said the Institute is always ready to collaborate with the Nigeria Customs Service to pursue excellence.
The National Institute for Security Studies is a centre for security studies, research, capacity building and staff development, amongst others.