Customs FOU Zone A Ikeja Records 2bn Naira In Two Months — Comptroller Aliyu

Comptroller Mohammed Aliyu addressing newsmen about the huge seizures made by his unit

By Sandra Chukwunyere

The Customs Area Controller( CAC) Federal  Operations Unit FOU Zone A Ikeja , Lagos of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Comptroller Mohammed  Aliyu has said that the unit recorded a huge success in the last two months. While disclosing this in Lagos,the Comptroller Mohammed Aliyu told newsmen that the unit has recorded a total of 2 billion naira Duty Paid Value (DPV) of over N1.33billion emanating from different seizure between February 6 to April 16.

some of the seized exotic vehicles

Mr. Aliyu said that the categories of the different seizures are as follows : 113 units of exotic vehicles with Duty Paid Value of 1,339,088,544, rice 43,000 bags with duty paid value of 190,961,320, Indian Hemp 12 parcels DPV 960,000, vegetable oil 25 litres, 180 jericans DPV 1,440,000, used clothes 157 bales DPV 9,420,000, Used Tyres 265 pcs DPV 1,855,000, frozen poultry products 200 ctns DPV 1,400,000, used compressor 24 pcs DPV 360,000, tramadol 1000 sachets 250,000 DPV,  chest and lung tablet 1056 ctns DPV 105,600,000, paracetamol injection 49 ctns DPV 39, 200,000, amongst others.

CAC added that they would not get tired of doing their job. He urged journalists to support the Customs with useful information and sensitizing the general public on the use of these contraband items and telling them the health implications.

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