Nigeria Customs Service News
The Federal Operations Unit (FOU) Zone ‘A’ of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted various smuggled items with a Duty Paid Value (DPV) of N2 billion between February 6 and April 16, 2019.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) on Tuesday, April 16, officially announced plans to recruit 3,200 officers into the service. The acting deputy comptroller- general of Customs in charge of human resources department, Umar Sanusi.
Majiyar Legit.ng ta ruwaito wannan lamari ya faru ne a ranar Alhamis, 4 ga watan Afrilu a daidai shingen ababen hawa dake kan titin Badagry na jahar Legas, yayin da Sojojin suke tafiya a cikin wata mota kirar Toyota Camry suka isa
Legit.ng ta ruwaito shugaban hukumar, Kanal Hamid Ali mai ritaya ne ya bayyana wannan jinjina yayin da bikin karin girma da hukumar ta shirya ma wannan jami’in kwastam mai tsoron Allah, mai suna Bashir Abubakar.
the Nigeria Immigration said that the passengers' clearance exercise resumed at Jibia border control post, following the re-opening of all the land borders by noon on Sunday, February 24.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) on Tuesday, February 12, commenced the distribution of over 69,000 bags of rice, and vegetable oil to orphanage homes in Lagos. The items are among seized items smuggled into the country.