Katsina Casualties: Customs expresses sadness, promises to ameliorate bereaved pains, prevent reoccurrence

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Katsina Casualties: Customs expresses sadness, promises to ameliorate bereaved pains, prevent reoccurrence

The Comptroller-General of Customs Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd) and the entire staff of Nigeria Customs Service have expressed heartfelt sadness by the unfortunate operation accident that resulted in the death of fellow Nigerians and injuries to others.

Col Ali in a Press Release e-signed by the Service spokesperson, DSC Joseph Attah, lamented the unanticipated failures in its equipment that claimed eight lives and left some with varied degree of injury

The Agency, according to the release  shares in the pains of losing the eight compatriots and extends heartfelt condolences to the immediate families of the deceased, Government and the people of Katsina State.

“As a responsible Government Agency, we are mindful of the duty of care imposed upon us to ensure the safety of our citizens. Unfortunately, our efficiency is sometimes undermined by unanticipated failures in our equipment as in this case which was caused by break failure resulting in the death of Eight (8) fellow Nigerians and injuries to others at the border town of Jibiya, Katsina State.

“Nigeria Customs Service shares in the pains of losing these compatriots and extends heartfelt condolences to the immediate families of the deceased, Government and the people of Katsina State.

The Service is doing all it takes to get the best treatment possible for the injured and will do what it can to ameliorate the pains of those who lost their loved ones.

“Even though, human actions cannot always keep society accident free, the CGC has already directed holistic investigation into the incident with a view to preventing a reoccurrence of this unfortunate accident in the future.

“NCS therefore calls on all well-meaning Nigerians to show understanding of the situation and offer words or actions that can help heal those in pains. As a Service, our hearts and prayers go to the families of the bereaved and those in hospitals”.

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