Operational coordination is agreed upon by Benin Republic and Nigeria Customs
By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria
The Ag. Bashir Adewale Adeniyi, the Comptroller-General of Customs, has stated that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) will work with the Republic of Benin Customs Administration to manage cross-border trade between Nigeria and the Benin Republic using technology.
He spread the word about this while proclaiming open a two-day intuitive meeting between the Nigeria Customs Administration and Benin Republic Customs in Abuja, as per an assertion gave by Customs.
The gathering expected to reinforce further the generally existing respective exchange ties and collaboration between the two nations, which will prepare for a thorough component to fit the import preclusion arrangements of the two nations.
Talking further, the Ag. CGC was pleased that the Benin Customs and Embassy expressed an interest in working with the Nigeria Customs Service to improve trade facilitation.
“The Traditions organization in the two nations have an excellent thought and specialized expertise on what it implies with exchange; in this manner, we are back with a restored excitement to encourage our relationship and have an effect on our exchange help guide.” the Ag. CGC said.
“It is our hope that the program will address the issues of trade and set a roadmap for the implementation of new strategies that will enhance the economy and revenue in Nigeria and Benin Republic,” he continued. As a result, our organizations must develop concepts that address transit issues and other progressive measures.”
He said that due to the growing threats to global security, the need for the two customs administrations to work together cannot be overstated. He also said that their intended mutualism will strengthen their relationship and help the economies of both countries.