Nigerian Army Intelligence School Students Embark on Local Study Tour

...visit Nigerian Customs Service Apapa Command Headquarters

As part of the academic and professional development curriculum scheduled in the Nigerian Army Intelligence School (NAIS) , the students embarked on a local study tour to various security agencies and institutions within Lagos. 

The tour is aimed at familiarizing the students with the roles and duties of different security agencies, providing them with valuable insights and knowledge.

The participating students include those participating in the Operational Intelligence Course, Security Investigation Officers Course, and Security Investigation Non-commissioned Officers Course, The students were led by the Acting Commandant of NAIS, Brigadier General Kingsley Nwoko. 

Their first stop was the Headquarters of the Nigerian Customs Service Apapa Command, where they were warmly received by the Customs Area Comptroller, Comptroller BA Jaiyeoba. 

During the visit, Comptroller Jaiyeoba delivered a lecture on the roles and duties of NCS Apapa and provided a guided tour of the command's facilities, offering valuable insights to the visiting students.

Expressing gratitude for the opportunity, Comptroller Jaiyeoba commended the NAIS for organizing the study visit, emphasizing the importance of strengthening the relationship between the Nigerian Customs Service and the Nigerian Army.

Brigadier General Nwoko in his remarks highlighted the academic significance of the tour, noting that it fulfills course requirements for the students. He stressed that the visit would enhance the participants' understanding of the roles and duties of NCS and other sister agencies in maintaining law and order in society. 

Additionally, he emphasized the tour's relevance in improving the students' comprehension of various security agencies' functions during joint internal security operations, aligning with the Chief of Army Staff's Command Philosophy of transforming the Nigerian Army into a well-trained, equipped, and highly motivated force.

Overall, the visit was seen as an enriching experience that provided valuable insights and knowledge to the students, contributing to their academic and professional development.

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