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STAFF WELFARE: ACTING CGC MARKS OFFICIAL GROUNDBREAKING OF CUSTOMS SERVICE ZONE B HEADQUARTERS IN MANDO, KADUNA

In an effort to fast-track a more robust implementation of a good project for Nigeria customs service, the Ag. Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Bashir Adewale Adeniyi has performed a groundbreaking ceremony for the massive construction of Customs Service Zone B Headquarters.

The extraordinary edifice of 25 hectares of land situated in the Mando area of Kaduna State is part of CGC’s unalloyed commitment to improve the welfare and efficiency of the Service.

Speaking at the ceremony, the CGC described the initiative as a magnificent project that will pave the way to establishing a solid and efficient infrastructure to drive the activities of the Service.

The Customs Boss, assured the construction company of his support to ensure that Zone B Headquarters is completed and delivered in good time.

Earlier, the Chairman of the Chinese-owned construction company, CCECC Nigeria Limited, Jason Zhang, commended the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Bashir Adewale Adeniyi for entrusting them with the responsibility to construct the Zone B Headquarters.

He said the construction will serve as a landmark project for the Service, adding that “your presence today emphasizes the significance of this occasion – and I want to assure you of our esteem commitment to deliver this project properly.”

Speaking to journalists shortly after laying the project’s foundation, the CGC said the Headquarters will be more of a cantonment that entails everything the Service needs for optimal Customs operation in Zone B and other places across the Federation.

The site at mando consists of Nigeria Customs Service Zone B Headquarters, Auditorium, Residential Accommodation for the ACG, Comptrollers then block of flats for DCs, ACs, CSC and other ranks.

Other facilities include Farmers Market, shopping mall, religious buildings, water treatment plant, sewage treatment plant, roads and drainage

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