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Seme Customs Intercepts Petroleum Products Worth Over N6 million

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Seme Customs Intercepts Petroleum Products Worth Over N6 million

Author: Gift Wada, Abuja

Following intense efforts to suppress smuggling of petroleum products within the nooks and crannies of the Command, the Nigeria Custom Service, Seme Area Command on a routine patrol on Wednesday, intercepted another large quantity of petroleum products packaged in sacks.

The Public Relations Officer, who signed for Customs Area Controller Seme Command, DSC Hussaini Abdullahi in a press statement said the items discovered include; ‘’One thousand and five (1005) jerrycans of petroleum products thirty (30)litre each, equivalent to thirty thousand, one hundred and fifty (30,150) litres, with a duty paid value (DPV) of Six million, nine hundred and seventy-four thousand, seven hundred and fifty naira (N6,974,750.00) only.’’

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The Customs Area Controller, Comptroller Bello Mohammed Jibo while showcasing the seizure commended the doggedness, patriotism, dedication and high level of professionalism exhibited by his men. He further added that the new Landcruiser patrol vehicles (Buffalo) provided by the Management of the NCS has aided the operation of the Command. He stated that before the provision of those vehicles, some of the creeks and beaches are not accessible.

Seme Customs Intercepts Petroleum Products Worth Over N6 million

Seme Customs Intercepts Petroleum Products Worth Over N6 million

While appreciating the Comptroller General of Customs Col. Hammed Ibrahim Ali (rtd) and his Management for equipping the Command with operational tools.

The CAC said that in as much as the smugglers continue with their unpatriotic acts, his Men were ready to match them and that seizures of PMS are a routine activity in which the tempo will be sustained.

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Customs Intercepts Over N3 Billion Worth of Cocaine, 31, 950 Litres of Petroleum Products in Seme

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Customs Intercepts Over N3 Billion Worth of Cocaine, 31, 950 Litres of Petroleum Products in Seme

The Seme Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has reported the interception of cocaine weighing 11.913kg. The street value of the items was estimated to be N3,916,624,147.00
This was revealed in a press statement signed by DSC Hussaini Abdullahi, Customs public relations officer, Seme Command

The Area Command on Wednesday also intercepted One thousand and sixty-five (1065) jerrycans of petroleum products with Duty Paid Value (DPV) of Ten million, forty-one thousand, one hundred and ninety-eight Naira (N10,041,198.00) only.

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This came after the Area Command initiated offensive patrol against the smuggling of petroleum products along the creeks within the Seme and Badagry.

The Customs Area Controller, Compt. Bello Mohammed Jibo stressed that the offensive crackdown on the activities of the petroleum products smugglers is with a mission of getting them arrested wherever they are. He reassured that the Command will continue to make life uncomfortable for the unpatriotic Nigerians trading illegal businesses in the area.

 

Speaking earlier on the cocaine seizure, Jibo explained that the substance was intercepted along Seme- Badagry Expressway at about 09:00 hrs on Sunday 23 January 2022.

Consequently, the substance was subjected to test and verification by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and National Agency for Food Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) and was found to be cocaine weighing 11.913kg.

While appreciating the cooperation of sister agencies and relevant stakeholders at Seme Border, the CAC reiterated the commitment of his Officers and Men in enforcing government fiscal policies for the overall national growth and development.

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Customs Intercept Smuggled Goods Worth over N275 Million in Kaduna

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Customs Intercept Smuggled Goods Worth over N275 Million in Kaduna

The Comptroller Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘B’ Kaduna Comptroller Albashir Hamisu has disclosed that his Unit between 22 December 2021 and 27 January 2022 seized 856 bags of foreign parboiled rice, 474 kegs of 25 litres each premium motor spirit (PMS) amongst other items worth N275,989,659.70.

Other items seized include 22 units of vehicles, 92 bales of secondhand clothing, 41 bales of foreign new textiles, 825 cartons of foreign spaghetti and macaroni, 60 pieces of foreign jack knife, 20 cartons of foreign cigarette and other general merchandise.

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The Comptroller disclosed this to newsmen in Kaduna on 27 January 2022. Hamisu in the same event handed over 250 parcels of indian hemp earlier arrested by the Unit to the Representative of the Commander NDLEA, DCN Aliyu Muazu Dan-Musa Deputy State Commander Operations and Intelligence NDLEA Kaduna.

The comptroller commended patriotic members of the public in border communities whom volunteered information to his officers.

However, he advised other members of the public in the zone to resist the temptations of smuggling and embrace genuine trades and vocations for the economic betterment of Nigeria.

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Nigeria Customs Harps on Scaling Up Data Ecosystem to Promote Efficiency

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Nigeria Customs Harps on Scaling Up Data Ecosystem to Promote Efficiency

Author: Gift Wada, Abuja

In an event to commemorate International Customs Day (ICD), the Nigeria Customs Service has stressed the need for scaling up Customs Data Ecosystem in formulating strategies, enhancing the fight against fraud and revenue collection.

The Comptroller General of Customs Col, Hameed Ali (RTD) in his remarks said an effective Customs Data Ecosystem will enable the institutionalization of a Data Culture. empowering people to ask questions, challenge ideas and rely on concrete insights in decision making.

International Customs Day is a day set aside to see how the activities of Customs affect international trade. The theme this year is “Scaling Up Customs Digital Transformation by Embracing a Data Culture and Building a Data Ecosystem”.

According to Ali, the 2022 theme for ICD accentuates Customs progress on Digital Transformation, through the entrenchment of Data-based culture and knowledge-driven data ecosystem.
Speaking on the digitalization of Customs, Ali said the Nigeria Integrated Customs Information System II (NICIS II) platform has enabled NCS recent digitalization processes particularly in administrative, human resource management and trade processes.
He said the effect of NICIS II is evident in the facilitation of transactions which peaked at 858,843 transactions in 2021. This translates to 17.26% increase in the volume of transactions handled in the year 2020.

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‘‘Another Patent result of our effort in this regard is in our landmark revenue collection of N2.28 trillion in 2021. All these would not be possible without digital transformation and scaling up the use of data.’’ He mentioned

‘‘About this year’s theme, NCS is in the process of implementing the E-Customs project, that will ensure digitization and digitalization of NCS procedures,’’ Ali added.

Meanwhile, the World Customs Organization has implored Customs Services, across the world to prioritize data literacy of its staff to promote transparency and efficiency in their operations.

Kunio Mikuriya, WCO Secretary-General in his message to commemorate International Customs Day said to nurture data-driven culture, Customs Administrations need to enhance data literacy of their staff; their ability to interpret and analyze data accurately.

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