Nigerian Customs Service
Customs service woos more Nigerians for export
The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) Seme Command, has urged more Nigerians to engage in legitimate export business and shun illegal trade that is posing dangers to the economy.
Customs seizes N5.1b contrabands in Lagos, Ogun
The Federal Operations Unit (FOU) of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) has announced the seizing of various exotic cars, foreign parboiled rice, Indian hemp...
Expert rallies support for customs
Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ogbese Marine Services Limited, Olusegun Ologbese, has drummed support for the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), to effectively man the nation’s border stations and facilitate trade. Ogbese, in a session with the media, pointed out that the NCS is not be in a position to actualise its statutory roles and responsibilities without…
Discomfort over Nigerians’ continuous involvement in certificates/documents forgery
Before ex-minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun’s NYSC certificate forgery scandal became an issue of public discourse, she has used the certificate...
Customs intercepts another container load of military uniforms in Rivers State
The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted another container load of military uniforms, barely a month after it seized one containing military camouflage at Onne Port, Area II Command in Rivers State. According to the Assistant Comptroller General of Customs, in charge of South-South, South- East Zone, Sanusi Umar, the seizure was made following ongoing…
Army, Customs intercept three trucks with 300,000 live cartridges in Ogun
Security agencies yesterday morning intercepted 300,000 cartridges that were smuggled into Nigeria through the Benin Republic border. The cartridges were concealed in a false base of three heavy-duty trucks and had successfully gone past borders until they were intercepted at Igbogila-Ilara area of Ogun State.
Customs Service intercepts elephant tusks, pangolin worth N1.2bn
The Minister of Environment, Alhaji Ibrahim Jibril, says the Nigerian Customs Service has intercepted elephant tusks and pangolin, worth about N1.2 billion, between Feb.15 and March 22.
Customs’ boss accuses agents, others of pilfering at Lagos airport
Area Comptroller of the Nigerian Customs Service, Lagos Airport Command, Jayne Shoboiki, yesterday accused cargo agents, ground handlers and officers of pilfering.