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FOU Zone “B” Records 122 Seizures in 3 Weeks

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FOU Zone "B" Records 122 Seizures in 3 Weeks, NCS, KLT Seizes Imported Expired Water
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Customs National PRO Gives Update on Audit of Private Aircrafts

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Customs National PRO Gives Update on Audit of Private Aircrafts

Sequel to the ongoing audit of privately owned aircrafts in Nigeria, the National PRO of Customs gave an update during a press briefing at the Nigeria Customs Service Headquarters, Abuja.
Our Correspondent, Abdulkareem Zurmi, has more details in his report.

On the 31st of May, 2021, the Nigeria Customs Service made its intention known on the necessity of a holistic audit on imported privately owned aircrafts operating within the country.
However, three weeks down the lane, only six owners of privately owned aircrafts responded. The National PRO of Customs, Joseph Attah, saw it fit to come out with a reminder to avoid possible detention of their aircrafts.

As inconvenient as it may seem, the National PRO of Customs assured that it isn’t the intention of the Nigeria Customs Service to make things difficult for them.

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He went on to announce that Verification will continue until the 6th of July 2021. Owners are expected to come with all necessary documents to the Tariff and Trade Department of the Service.

Abdulkareem Zurmi, NCBN, Abuja.

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FOU Zone “B” Records 101 Seizures, Generates 194 Million Naira in May 2021

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FOU Zone “B” Records 101 Seizures, Generates 194 Million Naira in May 2021

In line with fulfilling their mandate of suppression of smuggling, FOU Zone B Kaduna has continued to make progress in their anti-smuggling stride.

 

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with the Command making 101 seizures valued over 194 million naira in the month of May 2021, our Correspondent, Abdulkareem Zurmi, gives us more details in his report.

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Seme Border Fully Operational – Nigeria Customs Service

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Seme Border Fully Operational - Nigeria Customs Service

The information circulating that the Seme-Krake border has not been fully reopened, has been debunked in a press statement signed by the Public Relations Officer NCS Seme Area Command ASC1 Hussaini Abdullahi.

It partly read “It is pertinent to state that since the re-opening of some land borders by the Federal Government of Nigeria in December, 2020 with Seme Border Command being among the four borders re-opened, its operations has since been sustained on a full scale”.

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According to the statement, the Command also generated a revenue of N431,160,300.72 and N409,857,533.14 as the Duty Paid Value (DPV) from seizures between period of January to date.

He further stated that Seme border has been fully operational since the re-opening of some land borders by the federal government in December, 2020.

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