New Customs Controller, Adeniyi Assumes Duty At MMIA

Comptroller Wale Adeniyi(R) taking over from Comptroller Jayne Shoboiki

By Sandra Chukwunyere

The Murtala Muhammed  International Airport, MMIA, Ikeja has been appointed a New Comptroller. 
Comptroller Shoboiki, who is the immediate former Controller of the Command handed over to his Successor, Comptroller Wale Adeniyi who previously served as the Customs National Public Relations Officer. The event took place in Lagos yesterday at the Command office. 
He formerly took over from Comptroller Jayne Shoboiki, who was the CAC of MMIA, until she handed over. In her remarks during the handling over at MMIA, Shoboiki said, The command was split into two in line with the restructuring and additional eight (8) Commands were created out of the existing ones. She said”
Also, the former Controller informed The Service Board during it’s 50th regular meeting on May 21, 2019 approved the creation of the eight (8) additional Commands, to enhance effective administration and boost revenue generation for Government. 
In her word’s, she said” I am glad to introduce to you, a seasoned officer, Comptroller Wale Adeniyi now in charge of MMIA, the same God who has been with me through out my time at MMIA, will surely support the New Comptroller, God will help him to excel in his career. 
Mrs, Shoboiki advised Port users to improve on their level of compliance, to enable Customs generate more in come to the Government and facilitate trade in line with global best practices. 
Comptroller Adeniyi said in his response that” I want to count on the understanding and guidance of all of you to make this place better than I met it. We need to realize the objectives of the management in splitting the Command into two. It is going to be a lot of work. I am sure we are all ready to work. He added, it is now time for us to work because we have to put that work first before any other consideration. 
Comptroller Adeniyi commended Shoboiki for the good work she had put in place at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.

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