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Onne customs

8 Apr
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Area II Command Onne Port, said it facilitated export cargoes worth N109 billion in the first quarter of 2022.
5 Jan
The Area ll Command of Nigeria Customs Service in Onne Port, Rivers State, said it realised N188.6 billion revenue from January to December 2021, surpassing the previous year’s record with N69 billion.
20 Oct 2021
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Area II Command Onne Port, Rivers State, has collected a total of N128.3 billion as revenue from January to September 2021.
12 Jul 2021
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Area II Command Onne Port, Rivers State has generated N78.167 billion revenue between January and June 2021.
17 Sep 2020
The new Customs Area Controller for Port Harcourt Area II Command Onne, Auwal Baba Mohammed, has set N11 billion monthly revenue target. He told reporters on resumption of duties that he would promote a work culture built on due process to achieve his aim.
7 Aug 2019
Some wharf rats who specialise in breaking containers seal for the purpose of pilfering and other vices have been nabbed after customs in Onne Port arrested...

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