Customs boss lauds TMP as dependable partner Customs

Customs boss lauds TMP as dependable partner customs 
The Comptroller-General of Customs (CGC), Adewale Adeniyi, has commended the Trade Modernisation Project (TMP) for being a worthy and dependable partner in its modernisation drive.

Adeniyi gave the commendation in a statement on Sunday after receiving a power generating set and a bus on behalf of the service from the Chairman of TMP, Saleh Ahmadu, at the Project Management Office, Abuja.

The customs boss, appreciating the TMP for the equipment, said: “On behalf of all officers and men, I appreciate this gesture of the TMP to present 250KVA generator and the 13-seater 2024 Toyota Hiace Bus to the service.

He noted that the service was aware of the TMP’s efforts at providing tools, training and equipment needed to drive the customs’ modernisation programmes.

“We know that computers alone will not work by themselves; they will not effect the desired modernisation that we need.
“It will require human input and the working environment.

“So, we appreciate these efforts you put in place to help us enhance the working environment and also to improve the welfare of the officers,” he said.

Adeniyi said that the equipment would be put to good use, to bring added value to the NCS operations.

Adeniyi also encouraged the officers, from the rank of Assistant Comptroller and Deputy Comptroller, undergoing special training by the TMP to take the training seriously.

He encouraged them to acquire the necessary knowledge to discharge their responsibilities and take up the task ahead of them, professionally.

The Chairman of TMP, Saleh Ahmadu, who handed over the equipment, said the bus was for the effective movement of personnel between the headquarters and the TMP office.

“The generator is for constant power supply to the management quarters of the NCS,” Ahmadu said.
He also acknowledged the Customs boss for his continuous support and collaboration.

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