Customs instructs new recruits on responsible firearm use

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Customs instructs new recruits on responsible firearm use
Customs instructs new recruits on responsible firearm use

The acting Comptroller-General of Customs, Adewale Adeniyi, has emphasized the importance of responsible firearm usage and improved human relations among newly recruited officers and men of the service.

Customs chief urges new recruits

During the passing out parade for 956 general duty junior personnel at Customs Training College in Kano State, Adeniyi urged them to handle weapons professionally and avoid misuse.

He emphasized that the era of indiscriminate shootings of innocent Nigerians is over, and he urged the new recruits to treat everyone with respect and fairness.

Adeniyi congratulated the officers and urged them to be exemplary ambassadors of the service. He assured the public that the Customs service would take strict action against any officer who violates the rights of citizens.

The acting Comptroller-General also stressed the importance of diligence, discipline, appearance, and integrity in their service, emphasizing that upholding these values is both a duty and a necessity.

The Commandant of the Customs Training College, Comptroller Rasheed Adahunse, noted that the graduating junior officers had demonstrated exceptional learning and character during their basic course, which began on March 22, 2023.