Border closure: There’s a failure on the part of customs, says – Rep Sala Soli
11 December 2019 | 8:02 am
Border closure: There's a failure on the part of customs, says - Rep Sala Soli
20 Feb 2020
Officials of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Seme Area Command, disclosed that they have intercepted two buses belonging to a big transport company over alleged movement of illicit drugs into the country. The buses, which were en route Lagos from Ghana, were intercepted during “an inward clearance” of passengers on board the bus.
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Thousands of cartons of imported tomato paste has been uncovered in a warehouse by operatives of the Customs strike force team zone A.
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Seme Customs Command records 431 seizures valued at N300m
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Since the spring, the border between the United States and Canada has been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This closure impacts the lives of hundreds of thousands of American patients, who are used to buying medicine over on the Canadian side of the border, where it's much cheaper. Some Americans suffering from diabetes have even begun decreasing their food intake in order to ration their insulin supply. Our Canada correspondents report.
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Port users accuse customs, shipping companies of frustrating trade facilitation
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Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday.
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The Nigerian government has allowed Dangote Cement to resume exports across its land borders, raising hopes that Africa's most populous nation may be opening up trade with neighbors after a year-long blockade.
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The United Kingdom and United States have signed a deal to extend cooperation on customs controls once the Brexit transition period ends. It could be a symbolic step towards a broader trade deal. Also in the show: Google faces an anti-trust lawsuit over online advertising and the US Federal Reserve boosts its forecast for the world's largest economy.
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Customs strike force team zone a takes anti-smuggling battle to warehouses
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Kwara Customs remits N6 9BN into the federation account
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Apapa customs intercepts pangolin scales, Ivory tusks valued at N952BN
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