The Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Adewale Adeniyi, has revealed that 70% of the service’s revenue is generated from Lagos State. Speaking during the CGC 2023 Conference in Lagos, Adeniyi emphasized the strategic role of Lagos in Customs operations, noting that the state contributes over 70% of the service’s monthly revenue. He highlighted the importance of collaboration between the Nigeria Customs Service and the Lagos State Government to enhance economic growth and prosperity nationwide. Adeniyi also emphasized the Customs Service’s evolution into a crucial catalyst for economic growth and development, embracing technology and global best practices to remain at the forefront of its mission. Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu expressed excitement about the collaboration between Lagos and the Nigeria Customs Service, pledging to enhance the state’s environment for their operations.