A special operation to be coordinated by Hamman Bello Ahmed has been inaugurated.
Following the increasing wave of seizures of prohibited goods released from Apapa Ports and the desperate attempts by some unscrupulous Importers to remove large number of containers of contraband from the same port,
Customs Promotes 6,489 Officers.
A total of 6,489 Customs Officers and Men have been promoted to higher ranks following the Nigeria Customs Service Board approval of the promotion exercise conducted last year by the Service. Those promoted include 3,095 seniors and 2,394 junior officers.
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Grace period for additional goods recently placed on import prohibition under the 2005 fiscal policy measures.
The attention of all Importers, Manufacturers, Bankers and the general public is hereby drawn to the list of additional goods placed on Import prohibition under the 2005 Fiscal Policy Meas
Committee on port decongestion gives progress report.
The Presidential Special Committee on Ports Decongestion is about rounding up the first phase of its assignment of removing overtime and contraband containers from the nations seaports.
This fact was disclosed by the Publicity Sub-Committee Ch
President Umar Yar-adua has approved the appointment of a new Comptroller – General of Customs. He is Hamman Bello Ahmed, until his appointment, an Assistant Comptroller – General of Customs at the Abuja Headquarters of the Service.
The Nigeria Customs Service takes a major leap towards the attainment of 48-hour clearance of Goods as the Comptroller-General, Hamman Bello Ahmed unveils two new Internet Cafés dedicated to processing of Direct Traders Input (DTI) Declarations in Lagos.