The Embassy of South Korea in Nigeria has given two Hyundai transports to the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), to support its activities.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Mr Lee In Tae, Ambassador of South Korea to Nigeria, gave the vehicles to Hameed Ali, Comptroller General of Customs, on Monday at NCS central station in Abuja.
As indicated by the Ambassador, NCS as an organization of government needs the help and collaboration of all partners for it to convey all the more successfully on its order.
“The Nigerian Custom Service is an extraordinary association, doing incredible employment, and should be upheld.
“These two transports are being given by our international safe haven to help its operational exercises,” Tae said.
The CG, in his reaction, lauded the Ambassador for the nice thought, saying, the NCS would utilize the vehicles in its activities.
He stated: “We are thankful for this benevolent gift, and I guarantee you that they will be appropriately kept up.
“The vehicles will sure lift our exercises as an association in doing our capacities and in verifying our country’s fringes.
Ali, who got the keys to the two transports in organization of his supervisory group, said that NCS was prepared to work with partners.