Nigeria Customs seize Goods Worth N38.5m in Katsina 

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) of the katsina Area Command on Thursday announced that convey through the state dropped since 1st of May 2022.

The command said that, “The reopened of Jibia Border provided an opportunity to conduct Import and Export legitimately against smuggling through illegal routes, the volume of export through Jibia Border within the period included 4,000 metric tones of Liquefied Petroleum Gas and 1,000 metric tones of cement.”

According to Punch Wada disclosed that “the command made seizures in which Duty Paid Value worth N38,5 million in the month under review.”

He further revealed that “the Command had re-strategised operation procedures on anti-smuggling activities by constant patrols, surveillance, intelligence gathering and dissemination accordingly”

He added “I wish to advise the business community to comply with all Import and export guidelines for a Seamless Importation and exportation through the re-opened borders.

”Our officers and men of the Command are ready to hit the ground running in the quest to suppress smuggling and enhance revenue collection.

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