JUST IN: Over 80 Private Jet Owners Fail Verification Test
Not less than 80 private jet owners in Nigeria out of 147 identified owners and operators of private jets in the country have failed the Nigerian Customs Service (NSC) verification test in Nigeria.
According to the number released, THE GUARDIAN reports that 62 private jet owners allegedly refused to partake in the compulsory verification exercise adding that 29 private jet owners had failed to meet up with the payment of Customs duty. Information Guide Nigeria
However, THE GUARDDIAN reports that Nigerian Customs Service (NSC) has issued a 14-day ultimatum for submission of verification papers and payment of duties by private jet owners in Nigeria.
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The Nigerian Customs Service (NSC) says failure to do this may attract sanctions that may include asset forfeiture.
In a report filed by THE GUARDIAN, Public Relations Officer of Customs, Comptroller Joseph Attah said,
“29 other private jets/aircraft were found liable for payment of Customs duty. Their values were assessed, and the appropriate demand notices were issued to their owners for the payment of outstanding duties.
“A total of 62 other private jet/aircraft, whose registration numbers were duly obtained from the appropriate authority were not verified because their owners or designated representatives made no presentations to Customs that could help determine their status.
“All 29 private jet/aircraft owners, or their representatives, who have been issued with demand notices have been given 14 days from October 11, 2021, to collect and make payments to the designated Federal Government accounts after which they will be issued with Aircraft Clearance Certificates.
“The owners of the 62 private aircraft, for which no presentations were made for their verification, and whose status remains uncertain, are requested to immediately furnish the Tariff and Trade department of the Service with the necessary documents for verification and clearance. The Nigeria Customs Service implores all concerned to avail themselves of this opportunity as it will not hesitate to activate enforcement procedures on identified defaulters”.JAMB Result
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