How Customs Is Partnering Real Estate Developers To Enhance Officers Welfare

Taiwo Ajayi
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In a collaborative effort to enhance the well-being of Nigeria Customs Service personnel, the Comptroller-General of Customs (CGC), Bashir Adewale Adeniyi, joined forces with the Nasarawa State Government Housing Commission on 11 March 2024 and commissioned the Nasarawa State Technology Village Phase 1 at Aso Pada in Mararaba- Nasarawa State.

The Comptroller-General of Customs, represented by Deputy Comptroller General of Customs, Festus Okun, emphasized the NCS’s commitment to officer welfare, citing the acquisition of houses as a testament to this dedication.


CGC Adeniyi announced that the commissioned houses would be allocated to officers, underscoring the importance of providing shelter to personnel in service to the nation.

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He expressed gratitude to the Nasarawa state government, the people, and project promoters for their support, pledging collaboration to ensure the project’s success.

In his remarks at the occasion, the state governor, Abdullahi Sule, disclosed that the NCS has acquired the first 100 units of three-bedroom bungalows, securing a credit line of N12.5 billion deposited, with Mega Capital credited for financing. The project has employed 69,000 skilled and unskilled workers, contributing to its successful realization.

Additionally, Gov. Sule revealed plans for an access route linking the Village to the city of Abuja, further integrating the innovative community into the broader region.

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