Seme Customs command nets N701m in August


The Nigeria Custom Service, Seme Command, said it collected N701million as revenue for the month of August. buy ffxiv gil cheap A statement released in Badagry on Monday by the command’s Public Relations Officer, PRO, Mr Selchang Taupyen, said that the command succeeded in collecting so much by blocking all revenue leakages at the border. Air Jordan 5 Uomo

In the month of August, the command generated the sum of N701,018, 536 million as revenue for the Federal Government. Vêtements Nike Pas Cher “The amount was N201, 364,081 million higher than the N499,654, 455 that was generated in July. Colorado Buffaloes Jerseys Matthew Slater “The command has deployed all strategies and has brought every professional dexterity to the fore in order to boost revenue generation at the border, despite the daunting challenges. Grey Pink Jordan Shoes “From January to date, the revenue figure has been dependent on the volume of importation through this corridor which has been limited by low economic activities in the area. nike tn noir NIKE AIR FOOTSCAPE

“We are determined to generate more revenue as the year draws to a close and we are committed to achieving that,” Taupyen quoted the Comptroller of the command, Mr Mohammed Aliyu, as saying. Air Max 90 Grigio Donna

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“The command’s anti-smuggling efforts have yielded the desired result in seizures of import prohibitions. Nike Flyknit Racer Women

“The seizures were made through intelligence-sharing among operational officers and most importantly, no casualties were recorded,” the PRO said. Nike Air Max 90 Rosso Uomo

New Balance 997 damskie He advised members of the public to desist from smuggling and engage in legitimate business.