The Customs Area Controller Tincan Island Command,Comptroller Mohammed Musa has stated that the Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC)would resumes its meetings on daily basis to reduce the gap between Nigerian Customs Service and Stakeholders.
Mr Musa gave this charge while addressing media at a Breakfast meeting held in Lagos,recently.
He noted,the DRC which used to meet twice a week to deliberate on conflicts arising from valuation, classification and PAAR would now respond to issues immediately through the help desk at the PROs office.
Comptroller said that the purpose of this initiative was in line with the customs duties which is “ to facilitate trade, Revenue collection, National security, capacity building, creating atmosphere for ease of doing and ensure 48hours cargo clearance time. we will also see that all revenue leakage are totally blocked, so as to collect appropriate duties and meet our target ”
CAC observed issue of security as paramount and said Nigeria Customs Service is out to help with National security, contribute in the fight against Terrorism, interception of illegal and dangerous goods coming into the country.