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  1. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Why we closed Nigerian borders – President Buhari –

    President Muhammadu Buhari discloses that the closure of Nigeria’s borders was meant to strengthen the country’s internal security. The Nigerian president says the Nigerian agricultural sector had benefited from the closure as farmers have been celebrating the decision.... Read more via...
  2. Nigeria Business News

    Business January 2020 is no terminal date; Borders will remain shut after then – Customs – Nairametrics

    Contrary to reports that were making the rounds on Sunday that President Muhammadu Buhari had approved the extension of the closure of Nigeria’s borders to January 31, 2020, the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has made clarifications. According to the NCS Public Relations Officer, Joseph Attah...
  3. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Customs slams N165,000 duty on traveler for designer bag – Laila’s Blog

    In a statement released by Customs’ spokesperson Joseph Attah, the Nigerian Customs Service has reacted to a traveler’s claim of being maltreated by its officers because of her tribe and gender. … Read more via Nigeria News | Laila’s Blog – Get More Nigeria Metro News
  4. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Breaking: 33 illegal migrants arrested – Vanguard News

    The Inter-Security Task Force set up by the Federal Government to conduct joint border security in four geopolitical zones have arrested 33 illegal migrants and seized several items in a week operation.... Read more via Vanguard News – Get More Nigeria Metro News
  5. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Gunmen storm Customs warehouse, loot rice-laden bus – Ladun Liadi’s Blog

    Gunmen in the early hours of Sunday invaded the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) premises in Calabar with the intention to cart away seized food items meant for delivery to Internally Displaced Persons camp across the country.... Read more via Ladun Liadi’s Blog – Get...
  6. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Nigeria Customs Generates N311.2bn Revenue In 3 Months – Leadership Newspaper

    The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has generated revenue of N311.2 billion for the first quarter of 2019. A document released by the office of the Public Relations Officer of the service, Joseph Attah, to the.... Read more via Leadership Newspaper – Get More Nigeria...