The acting comptroller-general of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Adewale Adeniyi, wants enhanced collaboration with the Nigerian Army in real operational activities to tackle trans-border security threats.
Mr Adeniyi said there was a need to begin to expose the officers to joint training operations with the Nigerian Army and building scenarios that were available in the border areas.
He said the NCS had maintained a cordial relationship with the army in many areas, such as training and distributing relief materials, among others, adding that the current security situation across Nigeria’s borders required deeper collaboration.
He further listed other areas as collaboration with other government agencies to enhance public safety, public order, and forestalling breakdown of law and order.
Responding, Mr Lagbaja said the Nigerian Army and the NSC had a long history of collaboration, adding that they could further expand the frontiers of such partnerships.
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