Nigeria Customs Service has introduced a new set of camouflage uniform in support of special operations aimed at enhancing national security. The new camouflage uniform is done in the Service’s colour of grey with bits of other colours.

The job of securing our borders in collaboration with other security agencies has continued to be challenging with different types of threats in different locations. This situation demands more combat readiness, necessitating the use of fabric that can withstand tough terrains.

The CGC Dikko Inde Abdullahi and some of the Management Staff at the Launch of the New Customs Camouflage Uniform

While urging officers and men of the Service to remain focused on service delivery, the Comptroller-General of Customs, Dikko Inde Abdullahi CFR, said  the introduction of the camouflage is part of his administration’s quest to build a confident and well motivated work-force.

The Comptroller-General of Customs therefore called on the general public to support the NCS in its determination to modernize in the interest of the nation.

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