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Customs generate N8bn from exports in 3 month


Nigeria Customs Service, Seme Area Command, said it facilitated N8bn worth of export cargoes from September till date.

The Customs Area Controller in charge of the command, Timi Bomordi, revealed this while addressing journalists at the command in Seme, Lagos.

He said that within the period under review, the command facilitated the export of 41,867.88 metric tons involving 1,048 trucks.

“The Nigeria Export Supervision Scheme paid N42m. The surcharge paid for the period under review was N41m,” he said.

Bomordi also announced that the command has surpassed its N1.966bn revenue target for this year.

“The command continues to sustain the tempo in harnessing all revenue components to achieve desired goals. The target for the command for the year 2023 was N1, 966bn. By the end of October 2023, the command had collected N3.050b. The revenue figure collected exceeded the allotted target by N1, 084bn which represented a 55.1 percent increase.” Bomordi stated.

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