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Customs seizes frozen products worth N68.8m at Lagos Airport

By TVC News Nigeria
15 November 2019   |   2:08 pm
Smugglers have resumed their illegal trade through airports since the closure of Nigeria's land borders in August. Comptroller of Customs, Lagos airport command, Wale Adeniyi disclosed this after making some seizures.

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