Government urged to ban imports from Turkey, fix ports scanners
Meanwhile, the Public Relations Officer, TinCan Command of Nigerian Customs Service, Uche Ejesieme has said that the suspect and the arms are still in custody of Customs while investigation continues.
Clearing agents shun Nigerian ports, borders over infrastructure decay
Clearing agents yesterday embarked on an indefinite strike to protest what they termed worrisome level of corruption and infrastructure decay at the ports.
‘Why Nigerians are yet to enjoy gains of port reforms’
The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Hassan Bello, identified some factors mitigating port reforms to include; Inadequate infrastructure, inadequate plants and equipment...
NAGAFF backs Customs on collection of duties on old vehicles
'We at NAGAFF do not see anything wrong in the decision of the Customs to collect duties on imported vehicles that are not customised.'
NAGAFF advises CBN to introduce more interventions to strengthen naira
The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) on Monday advised the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to introduce more interventions that would further strengthen the naira.
Deficient scanners jeopardise security at seaports
As the nation continues to contend with issues of safety and security, recent indications revealed that the nation’s point of entries, particularly the seaports...
NAGAFF lauds N7.8bn budgetary vote for Apapa/Oshodi Expressway rehabilitation
The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has commended the Federal Government for earmarking N7.8 billion for the rehabilitation of Apapa/Oshodi Expressway in the 2017 Appropriation bill.
‘Cargo loses over poor awareness, infrastructure at airports’
In smaller quantities and not in commercial quantities. That is why till date, a lot of people cannot export in commercial quantity unless probably they have to smuggle through other means.