The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) said it has upgraded its training college located in Ikeja, Lagos to meet global standards.
The foremost training institution has added to its features an upgraded quarter guard, facelift and other renovations.
Speaking at the commissioning of the facilities in Lagos, Customs Comptroller General, Hameed Ali, disclosed that the renovations will add value to the college.
Ali who was represented by a Deputy Comptroller General of Customs, Greg Itotoh, said, “I must sincerely tell you, I have seen many quarter guards, I have not seen any like this. The closest is the one at the headquarters. It is my sincere hope, that other Area Controllers and unit heads will replicate the good work here at the Ikeja Training College.”
Speaking earlier, the acting Controller, Federal Operations Unit, Zone A, Deputy Comptroller of Customs, Hussein Ejibunu, applauded the leadership of the college for the renovation.
“I was amazed to see that, in a couple of months, he has changed the narrative of the college already. The innovation and renovations will bring a moral rebirth and it will equally boost the morale of the officers and men of the college, particularly the cadets,” he said.
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