Vice President Shettima Decorates Acting Comptroller General: Vice President Kashim Shettima decorated Mr. Adewale Adeniyi as the Acting Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in a ceremony held at the State House, Abuja. Shettima commended President Bola Tinubu’s appointment, stating that it serves as a morale booster for officers in the service. He congratulated Adeniyi for bringing professionalism back to the Nigerian Customs Service and expressed his well wishes on behalf of the President.
Adeniyi’s Commitment to Effectiveness and Innovation: After the decoration ceremony, Adeniyi expressed gratitude to President Tinubu for appointing a serving officer to lead the agency. He assured the President and Nigerians of a more effective and innovation-driven Customs Service. Adeniyi acknowledged the progress made in areas such as E-Customs and capacity building over the past eight years but emphasized the need for further innovation to unlock the full potential of the Customs Service. He highlighted the intention to work closely with key stakeholders, leveraging technology and innovation to achieve breakthroughs in Customs operations.
Collaborative Approach and Technology Advancements: Adeniyi emphasized the Customs Service’s commitment to professionalism and collaboration with identified partners and stakeholders. He acknowledged the challenging nature of the task ahead but expressed determination to bring about innovations that will involve all stakeholders. Leveraging technology will play a crucial role in breaking new ground in Customs operations, enabling improved efficiency and effectiveness.
The news highlights the decoration of Mr. Adewale Adeniyi as the Acting Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, with Vice President Shettima expressing support and recognizing the appointment as a morale booster. Adeniyi’s commitment to professionalism, effectiveness, and innovation is emphasized, along with his plans to collaborate with stakeholders and leverage technology to drive Customs operations forward.