Customs: Adeniyi Committed to enhancing Officers Capacity through Trainings

Customs: Adeniyi Committed to enhancing Officers Capacity through Trainings 

... Forges Strategic Partnership for Risk Management with AFRITAC West 2 

Kathy Kyari 

A team of delegates from the African Regional Technical Assistance Center, AFRITAC West 2, were received by the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs, Bashir Adewale Adeniyi at the Customs Service Headquarters in Abuja on Monday. 

Speaking to the group, the CGC underlined the value of teamwork in the context of international trade and stressed that this potential should not be restricted to Nigeria alone.

Adeniyi further expressed his commitment to enhancing the capacity of Customs officers through training. He emphasized the importance of not limiting this opportunity to Nigeria alone, highlighting the significance of collaborative efforts in the global trade landscape.

The Comptroller-General endorsed AFRITAC's application to provide training sessions on risk management and the effects of trade facilitation, recognizing the relationship. He emphasized how important it is to handle risks well.

Director of AFRITAC West 2, Eva Jenkner, commended Customs Boss's leadership abilities and his initiative in bringing the Customs Service back to life. She gave a brief explanation of their visit's goals, highlighting their willingness to work with the Nigeria Customs Service to educate personnel and exchange knowledge about task policy and risk management initiatives.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), recipient countries, and other bilateral and multilateral partners work together to provide technical support and training to countries including Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Cabo Verde, and Gambia. This partnership is known as AFRITAC West 2.

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