Border closure: There’s a failure on the part of customs, says – Rep Sala Soli
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Border closure: There's a failure on the part of customs, says - Rep Sala Soli
1 Feb 2021
Kwara Customs remits N6 9BN into the federation account
4 Feb 2021
Apapa customs intercepts pangolin scales, Ivory tusks valued at N952BN
14 Feb 2021
Customs strike force Zone A intercepts falsely declared goods
17 Mar 2021
Customs intercepts 70mm rounds of ammunition in Bauchi
18 Mar 2021
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25 Mar 2021
Nigeria Customs service hands over casefile of vessel carrying cocaine to NDLEA
2 Apr 2021
Five illegal migrants have been arrested by the operatives of the Nigerian Customs in Kwara state.
2 Apr 2021
The Controller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Hameed Ali has disclosed that the agency cannot fight illegal arms importation alone.
6 Apr 2021
Seme customs remits N80.7M to federation account, records 705 seizures
4 May 2021
Importation of more than 16000 bottles of expired table water intercepted by the KLT Command of the Nigeria Customs Service begs the question of waste of scarce foreign exchange.
6 Oct 2021
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