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SERVICE ADVANCEMENT CGC ADENIYI UNVEILS VISION FOR CUSTOMS  IN DINNER WITH DIPLOMATS

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The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Bashir Adeniyi has retraited commitment  to leverage new technological advancements.
Adewale made this known when he
hosted  the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ambassadors of the United States and Germany, and representatives from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes, as well as the World Bank. to. dinner,  at the Management Quarters of the Service in Abuja, marked the conclusion of the year 2023.
The pivotal event centered on the Customs Service’s activities throughout the year, giving room to discussions on innovative ideas to enhance efficiency.
He outlined plans for the massive installation of scanners, implementing data analytics, and embracing open-door policies to collaborate with stakeholders, ultimately facilitating trade in the country.
He further disclosed ongoing plans to engage Area Controllers from different formations, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the Act to enhance their work. He further characterized the new Act as ‘User Friendly,’ highlighting its provisions that favor trade facilitation in Nigeria.
The Customs Chief underscored the Act’s focus on deploying automation processes, the use of a single window and authorized economy operators’ system, incorporating Advanced Ruling, and expanding the use of scanners, signaling a move towards modernization.
Addressing the issue of wildlife smuggling, CGC Adeniyi assured the diplomats of his commitment to sustain the battle of illicit wildlife trade in Nigeria.
While highlighting the collaborative efforts with stakeholders, he specifically pointed out the importance of international cooperation in customs activities.
The diplomats praised the NCS’s dedication and pledged ongoing collaboration to combat wildlife trafficking and related criminal activities.
The dinner, attended by members of the Management Team of the Nigeria Customs Service, served as a platform for fostering collaboration and understanding between the NCS and the representatives of the International Community.
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