Customs graduate Senior Course 10

Customs graduate Senior Course 10


The Comptroller-General of Customs, Bashir Adewale Adeniyi on Friday at the Nigeria Customs Command and Staff College, Gwagwalada, Abuja, charged officers who participated in Senior Course 10 to continue to consider themselves as ambassadors of the service, while also embracing the significance of continuous learning.

“It is a great honour and privilege to be back in this prestigious institution and to be part of this graduation ceremony of Senior Course 10 today. It is without a doubt that you have spent six months having rigorous training that will equip you to add value to the service. I congratulate you for your commitment, which has led us to today’s occasion,” Adeniyi said.

He tasked the officers to put to work all they have learned during their training at the college as the country awaits their positive contributions in maximising security at the borders, suppressing smuggling and generating revenue.

Adeniyi also assured the college management and members of his unflinching efforts to enhance the welfare of officers.

On his part, the Commandant of the College, Assistant Comptroller General of Customs Kingsley Egwuh, while delivering his opening remarks, congratulated the graduating students and conferred them with the title of Pass Senior Course (PSC).

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