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Nigerian Customs Revenue Reaches N2.3trn – Personnel

Nigerian Customs Revenue Reaches N2.3trn – Personnel

The Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, says it has so far raised N2.3 trillion revenue into the federation account in 2021. Information Guide Nigeria

Timi Bomodi, the Deputy National Public Relations Officer, NCS, revealed this at a stakeholders/media engagement on trade facilitation in Lagos on Monday. DAILY NIGERIAN reports.

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Mr Bomodi spoke on the theme: “Trade facilitation, a tool for enhanced revenue generation: The NCS perspective.”

“The 2021 has been eventful for NCS, as it achieves major milestones, in spite of the debilitating effect of COVID-19, which has had negative effects on the socio-economic lives of people around the globe”. jamb results

“The year began with high expectations with regards to revenue generation and the enforcement of fiscal policy and based on 2020 target achieved was given the onerous task of collecting N1.679 trillion.

“In the current year, the NCS has already exceeded expectations in revenue generation by going beyond the target set for it by the government, achieving N2.3 trillion,” he said.

“In August, the service made seizures of 17,137 kg of pangolin scales, 44 kg elephant tusks and 60 kg in pangolin claws all valued at over N22 billion.

“This was made possible through active collaboration between NCS, U.S, the UK, and German officials who helped in tracking the suspicious shipment and led to the arrest and prosecution of some foreign nationals and their local collaborators.

“In October FOU operatives in zone A seized 751 bullets concealed in garri sacks, while arms, ammunition, and military uniforms were intercepted at Tincan port Lagos in September just to mention a few”.

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