Customs Service Intercepts Contraband Items Valued at N854m In Kano/Jigawa

By Kehinde Emmanuel, Ilorin

Some of the confiscated items

Nigerian customs service Strike Force Zone B has intercepted contraband items valued at Eight Hundred and Fifty Four million naira (N854m) in three months.

Leader of the Strike Force Team, Deputy Comptroller Oseni Olokoba said this while displaying the confiscated items in Kano-Jigawa Area Command of the Service.

Deputy Comptroller Olokoba took Journalists round the seized items including flashy cars, second-hand clothing and foreign rice

The Leader of the Team pointed out that the Comptroller General of Customs has invested in logistics and manpower support as the Service has no excuse to fail.

Some of the confiscated items

He urged the media to continue to enlighten the public on the danger associated with smuggling of prohibited items into the country

Deputy Controller Olokoba however, reiterated the determination of the unit towards fighting smuggling to finish.

Edited by Felix Ajide


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