Nigerian Customs Service
11 Apr 2017
The Chairman of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL), Ladipupo Jadesimi, has expressed the hope of Nigeria emerging the hub for Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) integration in the nearest future.
28 Mar 2017
The Senate on Tuesday admitted that it bought a bulletproof Range Rover Sports Utility Vehicle ( SUV ) as had been reported in the media.
28 Mar 2017
The Federal Government plans to improve the ease of doing business, as it strategises to reduce the cumbersome checks and balances that hinder trade facilitation at the seaports, airports and boarders.
22 Mar 2017
The Senate on Wednesday called for the resignation Col. Hameed Ali (retd) as Comptroller-General of Customs, saying he was unfit to hold public office. The call followed a unanimous adoption of a four-point prayer at plenary and reading of a letter sent to the senate by the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), Mr Abubakar Malami.…
21 Mar 2017
It is generally believed that Col. Ali is very close to President Muhammadu Buhari. If that is so, then, by his obstinacy, he is not serving fully well a President who has still not totally recovered from his ill-health.
15 Mar 2017
Dressed in a long white shirt, with black shoes and a cap to match, Ali, who arrived at the Senate at exactly 5.30 pm was accompanied by the chairman of the Committee on Customs Affairs, Hope Uzodinma.
12 Mar 2017
Stakeholders are of the view that Customs would be operating outside the procedures (Customs Legal Notice) if it goes ahead to impound old vehicles that have been registered over non-duty payment.
25 Feb 2017
The Federal High Court sitting in Kaduna, presided over by Justice S.M. Shuaibu, yesterday gave an interim order, forfeiting the 17 vehicles found in the warehouse of former Comptroller General of Customs...
22 Feb 2017
The sorry state of the ports scanners has continued to raise concerns among stakeholders, who insist that the Federal Government must probe the events that led...
19 Feb 2017
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...
16 Feb 2017
Most Nigerians may not be able to afford even essential medicines as the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) begins the implementation of 20 per cent duty on imported pharmaceutical products.