The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has marked a significant milestone in its efforts to enhance the welfare of its personnel and contribute to the community’s well-being.

On Monday, July 8, 2024, the Comptroller-General of Customs, Adewale Adeniyi, performed a groundbreaking ceremony for a 30-bed ultra-modern reference hospital donated by the Abdul Samad Rabiu (ASR) Initiative for Africa in Bauchi.

The hospital, which is expected to revolutionize healthcare services in the area, is a testament to the strong partnership between the NCS and the ASR Initiative for Africa.

Speaking at the event, CGC Adeniyi expressed his gratitude to the ASR Initiative for their generous contribution, while Dr. Ubong Udoh, CEO of the ASR Initiative, highlighted the limitless potential of their collaborative efforts.

The hospital is expected to provide much-needed healthcare services to customs officers and the local community, with Hon. Tanko Dutse, representing the local community, appealing for more corporate social responsibility initiatives.

The project manager, Architect Muktar Aliyu, assured attendees of the hospital’s potential to make a lasting impact on the community’s healthcare.

By News Connect Online

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