Border security: Customs boss visits Seme Krake
.Calls for full compliance with new measures
By Udeme Clement
In line with the on-going joint security exercise at Seme border, Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, said the measures being put in place are necessary to curtail proliferation of small arms and light weapons at the border region.
An Assistant Comptroller of Customs, ACG Amajam B. A. made this known during his visit to Seme Krake, leading the border drills operations teams.
ACG Amajam emphasized that Seme, the border between Nigeria and Republic of Benin is the biggest and busiest in the West African sub-region and should have adequate security measures, in order to check cross border crimes.
During the visit, he went round various units of Customs, as well as other security departments at the joint border post.
The Customs boss also addressed security personnel, press and the public, on the need to ensure full compliance with the joint security exercise, in order to achieve the intended purpose.
Financial Business captured the visit in photo news as shown here.