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Customs surpass 2017 revenue target by N10 billion

In the face of declining imports and reduced volume of trade, Nigeria Customs Service has collected above its 2017 target of N770,573,730,490 by N10 billion ahead of the year end.

Customs hits N698bn revenue in 10 months

Mr Aminu Dahiru, the Assistant Comptroller-General, Nigeria Customs Service, Zone A, Lagos, on Tuesday announced that the zone generated N698 billion as revenue from January to October.

Hameed Ali gives Customs DCGs, ACGs 90-day ultimatum to suppress smuggling

The Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Hameed Ali, has issued a 90-day ultimatum to the newly promoted Deputy Comptroller Generals (DCGs) and Assistant Comptroller Generals (ACGs) of Customs to suppress smuggling in the country as a justification for their promotions.

Customs generates N17bn revenue in Kaduna zone

The Assistant Comptroller-General, Nigeria Customs Service, Zone B, Kaduna, Aminu Dahiru, said on Saturday that the zone had generated N17 billion revenue from January to August.

Nigeria Customs intercepts N1.4bn contrabands in 8 months

The Zone B of the Nigeria Customs Service, Kaduna, has intercepted smuggled items valued at over N1.4 billion from January to August, its Controller, Aminu Dahiru, has said.

Sallah: Customs on alert to prevent importation, sale of frozen products

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Zone B, Kaduna, has placed its personnel on alert to prevent smuggling and sale of frozen products during Sallah, its Controller, Aminu Dahiru, has said.

Customs collect N14bn revenue in 7 months – comptroller

The Assistant Comptroller-General, Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Zone B, Kaduna, Alhaji Aminu Dahiru, said on Thursday that about N14 billion was collected as internally generated revenue, from January to July 2017.

Customs chief tasks personnel to end smuggling of illegal arms

The Assistant Comptroller General, Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Zone’ B’, Aminu Dahiru, has directed customs personnel in the zone to prevent smuggling of dangerous weapons and drugs into the country.

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