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30 Oct 2019
The claim by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) that it seized 30 containers of rotten rice in Apapa yesterday has drawn the ire of critics, who maintained that the product was seized in 2016 and had rotten in custody.
18 Feb 2019
The recent call for the downward review of tariff on all imported vehicles into the country by the Comptroller Genera, Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Ahmeed Ali, has elicited divergent concerns from stakeholders. But they all point to the fact that Nigeria is losing fortunes to the imperfect system.
2 Feb 2017
The Customs Public Relations Officer, FOU, Jerry Attah, confirmed to The Guardian yesterday that Abdullahi has reported and is being interrogated on his role in clearing the illegal consignment from the port.

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