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Customs Shifts Focus To Exporters Over Irregularities

Customs Shifts Focus To Exporters Over Irregularities

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has said that it had shifted focus from import to identifying irregularities in export trade. Information Guide Nigeria

This was disclosed by the comptroller-general Strike Force Unit, deputy comptroller, Ahmadu Shuaibu at a courtesy visit in his office in Lagos by the executive members of the Shipping Correspondents Association of Nigeria (SCAN).

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According to LEADERSHIP, Ahmadu Shuaibu revealed that there have been a fresh seizure of unprocessed wood, charcoal, and coal worth millions of naira.

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The unit of the service disclosed that it made an unprecedented record of over 200 various seizures in its anti-smuggling fight and raked in N4billion from January till date.

LEADERSHIP reports that Ahmadu Shuaibu said, “we have changed the narrative from import-dependent to export irregularities and infractions. We have the ICT unit that monitors the entire landscape of import, so where there is anything to raise suspicion, we put it to ICT, flag it and it is positioned for 100 per cent examination, the needful will be done right inside.” Jamb Result

Reacting to incessant attacks on officers by smugglers, Shuiabu said, “We are trained specially to ensure that we deploy intelligence, strike and come back. That is why over one year and two months, there is no crisis, no shooting, we have not killed anyone and none of our operatives have been killed.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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