Comptroller Peters leads 12 hours operations on waterways *Photo News of the assignment

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Comptroller Peters leads 12 hours operations on waterways

*Photo News of the assignment

The Customs Area Controller, CAC, Western Marine Command of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, Comptroller Olugboyega Peters, led his officers for over 12 hours operations on the waterways.

During the assignment, the CAC and his team accessed all the formations through  water.

Our correspondent captured important places and out-stations visited during the assignment in photo news as shown below:


Fearless Comptroller Peters and his men on the water:

From right: Comptroller Peters and Captain T. Senibo, the Commanding officer of Nigerian Navy Forward Operating Base, Badagry:

The CAC and his operatives in group photograph with the Naval officers, at Badagry:

From right: Comptroller Peters, Lt Col E. C. Lawani, the Commanding officer of 15-Field Engineering Regiment, Nigerian Army, Badagry: Also, other officers at the background:

Comptroller Peters and his men in group photograph with officials of Nigerian Army: 

Comptroller Peters with the AKRAN of Badagry: 

From left: The Staff officer of Western Marine Command, Mr. Membis; the officer in charge of Idiroko Marine Out-station-Mr Ajiya A.B, in the middle; and the officer in charge of Badagry Out-station-Mr Ohanyere, during the assignment: 

From right: The Baale of Pashi community, Comptroller Peters in the middle with another traditional ruler, during a visit to Yekeme Out-station, at Badagry West axis, where the first Customs barracks is located in Lagos:

Comptroller Peters addressing his officers at Yekeme Out-station:

From left: Comptroller Peters, DC Chedi Wada- the Customs Area Controller of Seme Command and the DC Enforcement of Seme, Mr Adahunse, at a beach behind the Command.  DC Wada disclosed that the beach, which is between Nigeria and Benin Republic is often used by smugglers for illicit trade, stressing that his men are alert to track the culprits: 

Still at the beach side  of Seme Command, between Nigeria and Benin Republic:

In Wada’s office, at the Joint Border Post, Seme Customs Command:

The Public Relations Officer, PRO, of Western Marine Command, Mr Tangwa in the team:


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