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Adamawa/Taraba customs intercept N98.3m worth of goods

By TVC News Nigeria
17 February 2020   |   1:26 pm
The Adamawa/Taraba States customs command recently intercepted 330 kilogrammes of Pangolin scales, 33,000 litres of petroleum products as well as assorted foreign rice valued at N98.3 million.

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