|CAC, Charles Edike ; ACG, Victor Gbemudu and other officers during the commissioning of the ICT Centre and a Communication Tower at Apapa Command of the Nigeria Customs Service.|
(NCS) has upgraded its Information Communication Technology (ICT) facilities
just as it also trained some maritime reporters on various operations of the
service, to better equip the journalists with technical knowledge for better
reportage of the service.
Speaking at the opening of the two-day workshop, which held at the command’s
ICT Centre, the controller of the command,
Charles Edike, said the workshop for the journalists was necessary and
important, to enable them have a better understanding of the customs operations
and in return, report their activities accurately.
disseminate the information to the public accurately and timely because we
cannot get to the trading public on our own.
reporting the activities of the customs’ operations,” Edike said.
operations as informed by the dynamics of trade, makes it imperative for
journalists who report the sector to have full grasp of the activities of
customs, in order to give a balance in their daily reports.
Gbemudu, in company of the controller of the command, commissioned the
ultra-modern ICT centre and a 160m Communication Tower to address the issue of
network failure, which often happened during rainstorms.
to enable stakeholders access important information that they might be seeking
at any point in time.