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     This section of our website provides brief information about the Management team that are responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Nigeria Customs Service:

 

The Comptroller-General of Customs is Abdullahi, D.I CFR. He is responsible for the overall management and direction of the Service. He is equally the accounting officer of the service and the Vice Chairman of the Nigeria Customs Service Board, which is chaired by the Honourable Minister of Finance.

By virtue of delegated authority, the Comptroller-General is authorized to issue guidelines and prescribe internal instructions to Customs personnels in accordance with the governments rules and regulations as they affect the statutory functions of the Customs Service.

 

In the discharge of his duties, the Comptroller-General is assisted by Five Deputy Comptrollers-General each heading a department. They are:

 

MR JOHN ATTE MFR 

DCG (Corporate & Support Service)

DCG (Tariff & Trade)

 

DR. JATAU, M. D

DCG (Modernization, Research & Economic Relation)

 

ALHAJI SAKA YINUSA

DCG (Enforcement, Investigation and Inspection)

 

ALHAJI MAKARFI GARBA

DCG (Human Resource Development)

 

MR JOHN ATTE MFR is the DCG Corporate & Support Service. 

DCG Tariff & Trade

DR. JATAU, M. D is the DCG Modernization, Research & Economic Relation

 

ALHAJI SAKA YINUSA is the DCG Enforcement, Investigation and Inspection

GARBA BALA MAKARFI is the DCG Human Resource Development

 

This section of our website provides more information about the organisational structure. The followings are the list of Special Units of Nigeria Customs Service and relevant information about them; they are:

Headquarters Office is directly attached to the Comptroller-General’s Office. This office is headed by an Assistant Comptroller-General of Customs who handles the internal administration of the Comptroller-General’s office.

 

All enquiries, complaints, appeal, petitions directed to the Comptroller-General from the General public and officers of the service are passed through this office.

 

This office also supervises the Customs Intelligence Unit of the service on behalf of the Comptroller-General. Other units supervised by this office are the Public Relations Unit and the Secretariat of the Customs Management.

 

 

ASYCUDA/Computer Unit is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of information technology of the Nigeria Customs Service. Specifically, the Unit handles Customs automation system in import clearance procedures called ASYCUDA, (Automated System for Customs Data). ASYCUDA is basically a computerized system designed to harmonize and standardize Customs procedures in the Country, leading to better management and improved productivity in the Nigeria Customs Service.

 

The policy objectives of the system include improvement of Revenue generation, facilitation of trade through speedy clearance, supply of reliable and timely trade Statistics of planning purposes, elimination of Customs fraud, standardization of Forms and procedures, Enhancement of management and monitoring of Customs operations especially in the field, and international interchange of Customs data through the WCO/WTO.

 

Presently, the system is in operation in all the major sea and airports in the Country. Its major features include modules for the management of Manifests, Import and Export Licenses, Customs Declarations, Suspense Procedures, Selectivity, Accounting Functions, Control Files, Valuation, Examination, Tariff and Taxation, Statistics, Documentation, Utilities and Configuration.

 

The system takes into account all International Standards, Codes and recommendations adopted by the International Standards Organisation (ISO), the World Customs Organisation (WCO) and the UNCTAD, in the field of trade facilitation.

 

 

Legal Department Unit has the responsibility that is derived from the powers conferred on the Attorney General and Honurable Minister of Justice of the Federation who is the Chief Law Officer of Nigeria. Such powers include the institution and defense of all actions whereby the Government or any of its Agencies is involved.

 

The Legal Adviser in this regard, therefore serves as the principal legal adviser to the Comptroller-General and the officers and employees of the Nigeria Customs Service. This office provides legal services to the Service in matters relating to its statutory functions of the Service.

 

It has both Headquarters and field structures where Assistant Legal Advisers provide legal advise and representation services in courts on behalf of the Area Commands in the field. The legal adviser is a member of the Nigeria Customs Board.

  

Public Relations Unit is saddled with the responsibility of the service information management. The unit produces the weekly TV programmes (Customs Duty) that is aired on the Network Service of Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) 

 

 

Customs Intelligent Unit (CIU) gathers all intelligent reports on the activities of the service to the Comptroller-General through the Assistant Comptroller-General (Headquarters). 

 

 

Internal Audit Unit is saddled with the responsibility of Auditing of all accounting and other related activities of the Nigeria Customs Service in accordance with the government set out rules and regulations.

 

The unit serves as an effective system of Internal Checks to prevent or detect errors and financial frauds. Auditing is a tool necessary for maintaining a good System of Financial Management. The presence of the Internal Audit serves as a deterrent to malpractices in Government Institutions and Statutory Corporations and imposes some form of moral Checks on officers connected with the control and Custody of Public Money and property. In the course of their duties, Internal Auditors have right to:

 

Call for the books, records, payment vouchers, and other documents connected with the Accounts.

Initiate surprise Checks regularly on Imprest and main Cash Books and

Inquire from the officers responsible or persons connected with the accounts to be audited, such information and statements necessary for the proper performance of their duties.

The unit is equally expected to under-take regular auditing of the Service’s Personal Emolument, Government Vehicles, Stores, Armoury office equipment and furniture, plant and tools, and postage stamps and franking machines.

 

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NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE CARS AUCTION SALE FOR 2014

NIGERIA CUSTOMS (AUTHORIZED NATIONAL CAR AUCTIONS / SALES) FOR 2014, 

DIRECT tokunbo CARS VERY CLEAN AND BRAND NEW CARS FOR SALE AT 

A Cheaper PRICES. 

These cars Were Seized by Government Officials at the border and 

time Duration Given to the Owners to Claim Their cars has so Elapse .The FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA has given an oder that cars should be auction out to every Nigeria citzen.

This cars are been sold in a give away price. All you need do is to call Custom BLESSING 0KOYE on: 08134370854 or 07011386462. to 

Place an order of your Choice. 

CAR FEATURES BELOW 

Prices of some tokunbo cars Toyota 

• Toyota Land-Cruiser # 1m 

• Toyota Prado - # 1m 

• Toyota Corolla - # 700,000 

• Toyota Camry - from- # 400,000-to-# 1m 

• Toyota Avensis - from 300,000 # #-to-1.3m 

• Toyota Yaris - # 450,000 

• Toyota Avanza - N500, 000 

• Toyota RAV4 SUV-N800, 000 

• Toyota Pickup-Hilus # 1m 

• Toyota Dyna Truck - # 1m 

• Toyota Hiace Bus - # 1m 

• Toyota Coaster Bus 32 seaters -700.000 

 

Prices of some Peugeot Cars Peugeot 400,000 c230 # C300 # 700,000 

prices of some Honda cars 

Honda Civic cars - # 600,000 

Honda Accord - # 400,000 

Honda CR -V - # 250,000 

Honda Odyssey - # 450,000 

Honda CR-V - # 800,000 

Honda Pilot - # 750,000 

Prices of some Nissan cars 

Nissan Sunny 

• SEDAN - # 550,000 

• Nissan Patrol SUV - # 600,000 

• Nissan Civilian 30 seater bus - # 650,000 

• Nissan Pathfinder SUV - # 550,000 

MODEL / YEAR OF MANUFACTURE .......... 1996 to 2012 INTERIOR ........................ . LEATHER AND FABRIC AC .......... CHILLING FACTORY AC WHEEL ....................... GOOD TYRE, ALLOY WHEEL Asking PRICE. ................. Ranging from # 200,000 to # 1.5m WE HAVE DIRECT tokunbo CARS VERY CLEAN AND BRAND NEW CARS FOR SALE AT A Cheaper PRICES.

 

We also Auction Natural human hair,for example; Brazillian,indian and Peruvian natural human hair E.T.C

Call custom BLESSING OKOYE on: 08134370854 or 07011386462 for more Enquiry

 

 

     This cars are auction out to every Nigeria citizen that is interested in geting one for He/Her self. 

This website was crerated for the betterment and easy access for any Nigerian that is interested.This website will give you more knowledge and understanding to purchase a CUSTOMS IMPOUNDED vehicle.

  This offer is only open to Nigeria citizen.And if you have gotten any impounded vehichle in the past,Note that you can get a new one using the same name.you have to rigister with a different name.

  These cars can be deliver to your location or you can come to our office at Maiduguri.Note that when coming to the office,you have to come alongside with an Auction form.This Auction form gives you Acess to our warehouse and offices,without the Auction form,you are not allowed to the warehouse or the custom office.

  This auction form will be sent to you via your email,which you scan and fill with your NAME,A PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH and a VALID I.D.this I.D card can be International passport,driver license or your office i.d card.

 

 Go to the ABOUT box,bellow you will find information on how to purchase a form

      The NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE (NCS),also deliver cars to your location.

This law was enforce for the benefit of any Nigeria who is far away from the NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE office.

 This cars are deliver to your location when the registration and paper work are done.This registration are done when you have gotten an Auction form and the replacement form(CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP)this form will be send via your email,which you will FILL& SCAN back to us with your name,a passport photograph,a velid i.d and some necessary document.Bellow at ABOUT box,you will find the necessary informatiom on how to get a REPLACEMENT FORM.

This registraion and paper work are carried out inbetween the period of 24hours.When the paper work is done,a driver is instructed to drive the car to your location.

NOTE 

We dont deliver cars to home address,we deliver cars to your office or nearby POLICE STATION.

INFORMATION ON HOW TO PURCHASE AN AUCTION AUCTION FORM

 

                                          AUCTION AND RELPLACEMENT FORMS

The auction form are sold for the sum of forty one thousand naira(41,000)while the REPLACEMENT form are sold for the sum of fifty thousand naira.(50,000)

 

                                           HOW TO PURCHASE AN AUTION FORM

Bellow, at the PAYMENT BOX you will find the bank details of our superoir where the money are been paid to,and once the money is paid,you take the teller number back to the contact box where you will log in your NAME,EMAIL,TELLER NUMBER,VERIFICATION NUMBER AND YOUR PHONE NUMBER.Once the verification deparment verified your payment, the form will be send to you via your email address.

NOTE

There are no EXTRA CHARGES governing this vehicles,the for forty one(41,0000)or fifty thousand(50,0000)naira you are paying for the Auction form or the Replacement form are been debited from the fixed price of the vehicle.

Your name must be registerd by your Comptroller,A verification sms will be sent to you via your mobile phone from the verification department.This SMS contain a verification number,that your name has been  registered and that you are confirm to make any payment. 

Call Custom BLESSING O0KOYE on: 08134370854 or 07011386462  For more information..

 

Knowing the coveted officer and a gentleman – Abdullahi Dikko Inde (MFR, CFR)

The recent national award which elevated the Comptroller-General of Customs, Abdullahi Dikko Inde, from a Member of the Federal Republic (MFR) to Commander of the Federal Republic (CFR), could not have come at a better time, considering his contribution to national development.

 

This Katsina State born man has indeed been a blessing to the nation, especially since his appointment as the Comptroller-General of the nation’s Customs Service. He has turned the fortunes of the Service around through the overhauling of its entire process and procedures to the extent that the NCS now equates itself with its counterparts across the world.

 

Born on May 11, 1960 at Musawa, in Musawa local government area, Katsina State, to the family of AbdullahiUsmanInde, Dikko began his early education in 1967 at Musawa Primary School, Musawa, where he obtained his first school leaving certificate.

 

He then proceeded to Government College, Kaduna, in 1974/75 where he obtained the West Africa School Certificate in 1979/80. His leadership trait which was observed by his teachers resulted in his selection as House Captain of Elkanemi House of the prestigious college.

 

At the end of his secondary school education he proceeded to the University of Dimitrov Apostle Tshenov, Suishtov, Bulgaria, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. His zeal for education further drove him to acquire his Master’s Degree in Finance, with special emphasis on investment finance, from the same University of D.A. Tsenov-Suishtov, Bulgaria.

 

This indefatigable gentleman who has made it possible for the Nigeria Customs to achieve the status of a 21st century Customs, enlisted in the superintendent cadre of the Service in 1988 and quickly rose to the rank of an Assistant Comptroller-General within a few years due to his dedication to work.

 

He not only rose to the rank of an Assistant Comptroller-General within a few years, but because of his performance over the years, was appointed to a prominent position as the ACG Headquarters from where he was appointed to the most coveted position of Comptroller-General of Customs by the late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua in 2009.

 

The versatile Dikko who is a member of Certified National Accountants(CNA), and Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM), had previously worked with the Kaduna State audit headquarters, where he sat for the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) qualifying examinations and qualified as an accountant, before joining the NCS.

 

Dikko who is married to Hajia Saadiya, an Ahmadu Bello University Graduate of Library Science, with whom he is blessed with four children; Hadiza, Aisha, Ahmad and Abdullahi, is by no means a stranger to the operations of the NCS, he knows the operations of the Service like the back of his hand, having served at various departments and commands, an advantage largely responsible for his unprecedented performance as the Comptroller-General.

 

His carrier took on an irreversible turn beginning from 1994 when he was appointed a member of the port decongestant committee. His performance as a member of that committee snowballed into his appointment, in 2001, to open Phase II and III of the Kirikiri Lighter Terminal with a mandate to ease congestion.

 

He has also served at the Tin Can Island Port, Apapa Port, Imo, Badagry, Kaduna and Seme Border commands respectively, as well as in the Investigation and Inspection unit of the Service.

 

In recognition of his performance while in Tin Can Island Port, he was awarded a commendation from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). Similarly, while serving as the Customs Area Comptroller of the Badagry Area Command, a Command that oversees the nation’s premier border with regards to revenue collection and trade facilitation, he was flooded with several awards for excellent performance.

 

In 2007, he received National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents’ Award of the Best Anti Smuggling Command, and International Freight Forwarders Associations Award of the Highest CAC Revenue Collector. He also received the Maritime Watch Outstanding Service Award, the Badagry Prime Award for Excellence, and the Sky times Awards for Maritime Excellence all in 2007.

 

He is also a recipient of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Lagos axis Award of Excellence as the Bureaucrat of Peace, as well as S.A.M.E Media Friendly Customs Officer of the Year, Customs Revenue Strategist and Customs Comptroller of the Year awards.

 

Dikko, whose insatiable quest for knowledge has prompted him to attend various courses locally and internationally which includes leadership training course at the University of Pittsburgh United States of America, is a recipient of the 2008 Toplead Media Communications Company Eminent African Leadership Merit Award (EALMA), and the Bold News Africa International Magazine’s African Leadership Icon Merit Award 2008, as well as Africa International News Magazine’s African Leaders of Integrity Merit Award, 2008.

 

This achiever par excellence who is recognised even in the international front is also a recipient of the international relief organization, Jeddah Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Award for Philanthropic Services.

 

He also received the Badagry New Generation Movement Award for Outstanding Personality Against Smuggling, Accolades International Magazine’s African Icon of our Generation Award, 2008, and African Age International Leadership Gold Award for Excellence.

 

The Customs boss whose list of honors stretches on was equally honored in 2008 with the African Gold International Communications Award for Great African Patriotic Achievers (GAPAGA), Beema Communications Limited Award for Meritorious Service and Exemplary Leadership (MSAEL), 2008, and the African Choice International News Magazine Award for Meritorious Service also in 2008.

 

Dikko also has to his honor the South-South International Magazine Merit Award of Excellence in Public Service, 2009, the Africa International Media Organization Meritorious Award for Heroic Service, 2009, the Globalink International 2009 African International Role Model Leadership Gold Award for National Development, and the Northern Students’ Congress Excellency Award for Selfless Services to Humanity.

 

 

This highly celebrated man also has to his honor the Transparent Monitoring Action’s Award for Transparent Administrator of the Year 2009, Sir Abubarka Tafawa Balewa Inspirational Leadership and Good Governance Award, 2009.. 

About

Knowing the coveted officer and a gentleman – Abdullahi Dikko Inde (MFR, CFR)

The recent national award which elevated the Comptroller-General of Customs, Abdullahi Dikko Inde, from a Member of the Federal Republic (MFR) to Commander of the Federal Republic (CFR), could not have come at a better time, considering his contribution to national development.

 

This Katsina State born man has indeed been a blessing to the nation, especially since his appointment as the Comptroller-General of the nation’s Customs Service. He has turned the fortunes of the Service around through the overhauling of its entire process and procedures to the extent that the NCS now equates itself with its counterparts across the world.

 

Born on May 11, 1960 at Musawa, in Musawa local government area, Katsina State, to the family of AbdullahiUsmanInde, Dikko began his early education in 1967 at Musawa Primary School, Musawa, where he obtained his first school leaving certificate.

 

He then proceeded to Government College, Kaduna, in 1974/75 where he obtained the West Africa School Certificate in 1979/80. His leadership trait which was observed by his teachers resulted in his selection as House Captain of Elkanemi House of the prestigious college.

 

At the end of his secondary school education he proceeded to the University of Dimitrov Apostle Tshenov, Suishtov, Bulgaria, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. His zeal for education further drove him to acquire his Master’s Degree in Finance, with special emphasis on investment finance, from the same University of D.A. Tsenov-Suishtov, Bulgaria.

 

This indefatigable gentleman who has made it possible for the Nigeria Customs to achieve the status of a 21st century Customs, enlisted in the superintendent cadre of the Service in 1988 and quickly rose to the rank of an Assistant Comptroller-General within a few years due to his dedication to work.

 

He not only rose to the rank of an Assistant Comptroller-General within a few years, but because of his performance over the years, was appointed to a prominent position as the ACG Headquarters from where he was appointed to the most coveted position of Comptroller-General of Customs by the late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua in 2009.

 

The versatile Dikko who is a member of Certified National Accountants(CNA), and Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM), had previously worked with the Kaduna State audit headquarters, where he sat for the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) qualifying examinations and qualified as an accountant, before joining the NCS.

 

Dikko who is married to Hajia Saadiya, an Ahmadu Bello University Graduate of Library Science, with whom he is blessed with four children; Hadiza, Aisha, Ahmad and Abdullahi, is by no means a stranger to the operations of the NCS, he knows the operations of the Service like the back of his hand, having served at various departments and commands, an advantage largely responsible for his unprecedented performance as the Comptroller-General.

 

His carrier took on an irreversible turn beginning from 1994 when he was appointed a member of the port decongestant committee. His performance as a member of that committee snowballed into his appointment, in 2001, to open Phase II and III of the Kirikiri Lighter Terminal with a mandate to ease congestion.

 

He has also served at the Tin Can Island Port, Apapa Port, Imo, Badagry, Kaduna and Seme Border commands respectively, as well as in the Investigation and Inspection unit of the Service.

 

In recognition of his performance while in Tin Can Island Port, he was awarded a commendation from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). Similarly, while serving as the Customs Area Comptroller of the Badagry Area Command, a Command that oversees the nation’s premier border with regards to revenue collection and trade facilitation, he was flooded with several awards for excellent performance.

 

In 2007, he received National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents’ Award of the Best Anti Smuggling Command, and International Freight Forwarders Associations Award of the Highest CAC Revenue Collector. He also received the Maritime Watch Outstanding Service Award, the Badagry Prime Award for Excellence, and the Sky times Awards for Maritime Excellence all in 2007.

 

He is also a recipient of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Lagos axis Award of Excellence as the Bureaucrat of Peace, as well as S.A.M.E Media Friendly Customs Officer of the Year, Customs Revenue Strategist and Customs Comptroller of the Year awards.

 

Dikko, whose insatiable quest for knowledge has prompted him to attend various courses locally and internationally which includes leadership training course at the University of Pittsburgh United States of America, is a recipient of the 2008 Toplead Media Communications Company Eminent African Leadership Merit Award (EALMA), and the Bold News Africa International Magazine’s African Leadership Icon Merit Award 2008, as well as Africa International News Magazine’s African Leaders of Integrity Merit Award, 2008.

 

This achiever par excellence who is recognised even in the international front is also a recipient of the international relief organization, Jeddah Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Award for Philanthropic Services.

 

He also received the Badagry New Generation Movement Award for Outstanding Personality Against Smuggling, Accolades International Magazine’s African Icon of our Generation Award, 2008, and African Age International Leadership Gold Award for Excellence.

 

The Customs boss whose list of honors stretches on was equally honored in 2008 with the African Gold International Communications Award for Great African Patriotic Achievers (GAPAGA), Beema Communications Limited Award for Meritorious Service and Exemplary Leadership (MSAEL), 2008, and the African Choice International News Magazine Award for Meritorious Service also in 2008.

 

Dikko also has to his honor the South-South International Magazine Merit Award of Excellence in Public Service, 2009, the Africa International Media Organization Meritorious Award for Heroic Service, 2009, the Globalink International 2009 African International Role Model Leadership Gold Award for National Development, and the Northern Students’ Congress Excellency Award for Selfless Services to Humanity.

 

 

This highly celebrated man also has to his honor the Transparent Monitoring Action’s Award for Transparent Administrator of the Year 2009, Sir Abubarka Tafawa Balewa Inspirational Leadership and Good Governance Award, 2009..

 

Service

 The NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE (NCS),also deliver cars to your location.

This law was enforce for the benefit of any Nigeria who is far away from the NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE office.

 This cars are deliver to your location when the registration and paper work are done.This registration are done when you have gotten an Auction form and the replacement form(CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP)this form will be send via your email,which you will FILL& SCAN back to us with your name,a passport photograph,a velid i.d and some necessary document.Bellow at contact box,you will find the necessary informatiom on how to get a REPLACEMENT FORM.

This registraion and paper work are carried out inbetween the period of 24hours.When the paper work is done,a driver is instructed to drive the car to your loction.

NOTE 

We dont deliver cars to home address,we deliver cars to your office or nearby POLICE STATION.

Nigerian Customs Officer Killed By Gunmen At Seme Border

By GISTDESK | Published: MARCH 27, 2013

Gunmen, on Saturday, killed a Customs officer, Mr Musa Bala, a Senior Inspector of Custom, at the Seme border Command of the Nigeria Customs Service.

 

Confirming the development, Mr. Ernest Ollotah, spokesman of the command, said the incident came as a surprise to the command, adding that the other officers had been deposited at the Badagry General Hospital mortuary.

 

Mr. Ernest Ollotah told Gistdesk.com that the command was awaiting the report of the incident from the Police as the case was being investigated.

 

The incident took place at about 5 a.m, according to Mr. Ernest Ollotah, not long from Customs Barracks in Seme.

 

He said the command would not jump into any conclusion over the incident until the Police report was complete, adding that the family of the late officer had been notified, a development that demanded a visit to the command by the deceased’s brother.

 

The command’s spokesman also told Gistdesk.com that the late officer, Musa Bala came from Adamawa State and will be buried after investigation into his death.

 

Customs officers in Seme axis have come under severe attacks in recent times. The death of Musa Bala is about the second death they have recorded this year as another officer was shot dead by one of his colleagues some few weeks ago.

  1. A group of investors have alleged that there are deliberate decisions by the Comptroller General of Customs “to shut down genuine economic activities within Tinapa Free Trade Zone”. The group, made up of no fewer than 18 investors operating within Tinapa Business and Leisure Free Trade Zone, made the allegation at a press briefing at Tinapa Resort, Calabar. Members of the group, which included local and foreign investors, also called on the federal government and the National Assembly to come to their aid. They specifically appealed to government to compel the Nigerian Customs to respect the “transit laws” governing the movement of goods out of Tinapa to other countries within the sub-region.
  2.  
  3. According to the group, which addressed the Press through their spokesperson, Mr Namnso Nyong, the laws establishing Tinapa Business and Free Zone Resort recognises it as the “transit hub” for goods within sub-regional Africa. They also alleged “harassment and sabotage by the Nigerian Customs in Onne port, Rivers State”. According to the group no less than 20,000 jobs are being threatened as one company alone lost more than N50 million to the activities of Nigerian customs.
  4.  
  5. “Customs has no right to hold any consignment coming to Tinapa. For Customs to come and ask us to pay duty in Onne is a total violation of the law establishing Tinapa. Nigerian Customs is frustrating us. We are indeed shocked and bewildered why customs at Onne command stopped the processing of investors consignments which are on transit to Tinapa Free Trade Zone. This unilateral illegal acts by the Customs at Onne in stopping Tinapa bound consignment is against the spirit and letter of the gazette law that set up Tinapa as a Free Trade Zone. “We view this Nigerian Customs serial impunity with regards to trade transactions in Tinapa as a calculated attempt to truncate business activities within the Free Trade Zone, thus rendering all human, material and financial resources invested in establishing the zone as a total waste. Shops are shutting down, people are losing their jobs, demurage is increasing every hour on these containers at Onne Seaport” whereas others are busy smuggling rice through the Katsina borders while the Customs look elsewhere.
  6.  
  7. The group said that the consequences of Customs’ actions has led to the “loss of revenue running into millions of naira, loss of confidence from trade partners, and inability to honour letters of credit hinged upon receipt of goods. “Inability to meet financial obligations, loss of supplier’s confidence, closure of shops and loss of employment with its multiplier effect to the host communities and Cross River at large as 20,000 Cross Riverians will become jobless”, they stated.
  8.  
  9. One of the investors, Mr. Chris Nedum, stated that for over four weeks now the Customs Service has not done anything to clear their goods as the process of transfer has not been done. “My company has lost over N50 million and our foreign partners are now seeing us as fraudsters. This is a deliberate act to frustrate business in South South and South East”, he held. In like manner, an Indian investor in Tinapa, Mr Poadeep Kumav, decried the unlawful activities of the Customs Service and blamed the Nigerian government for allowing the Customs to flout the law. Efforts to get the Nigeria Customs Public Relations Officer, Mr. Wole Adeniyi, on phone to confirm the report failed as calls put across to him were neither answered nor returned
 

Service

 The NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE (NCS),also deliver cars to your location.

This law was enforce for the benefit of any Nigeria who is far away from the NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE office.

 This cars are deliver to your location when the registration and paper work are done.This registration are done when you have gotten an Auction form and the replacement form(CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP)this form will be send via your email,which you will FILL& SCAN back to us with your name,a passport photograph,a velid i.d and some necessary document.Bellow at contact box,you will find the necessary informatiom on how to get a REPLACEMENT FORM.

This registraion and paper work are carried out inbetween the period of 24hours.When the paper work is done,a driver is instructed to drive the car to your loction.

NOTE 

We dont deliver cars to home address,we deliver cars to your office or nearby POLICE STATION.

Nigerian Customs Officer Killed By Gunmen At Seme Border

By GISTDESK | Published: MARCH 27, 2013

Gunmen, on Saturday, killed a Customs officer, Mr Musa Bala, a Senior Inspector of Custom, at the Seme border Command of the Nigeria Customs Service.

 

Confirming the development, Mr. Ernest Ollotah, spokesman of the command, said the incident came as a surprise to the command, adding that the other officers had been deposited at the Badagry General Hospital mortuary.

 

Mr. Ernest Ollotah told Gistdesk.com that the command was awaiting the report of the incident from the Police as the case was being investigated.

 

The incident took place at about 5 a.m, according to Mr. Ernest Ollotah, not long from Customs Barracks in Seme.

 

He said the command would not jump into any conclusion over the incident until the Police report was complete, adding that the family of the late officer had been notified, a development that demanded a visit to the command by the deceased’s brother.

 

The command’s spokesman also told Gistdesk.com that the late officer, Musa Bala came from Adamawa State and will be buried after investigation into his death.

 

Customs officers in Seme axis have come under severe attacks in recent times. The death of Musa Bala is about the second death they have recorded this year as another officer was shot dead by one of his colleagues some few weeks ago.

  1. A group of investors have alleged that there are deliberate decisions by the Comptroller General of Customs “to shut down genuine economic activities within Tinapa Free Trade Zone”. The group, made up of no fewer than 18 investors operating within Tinapa Business and Leisure Free Trade Zone, made the allegation at a press briefing at Tinapa Resort, Calabar. Members of the group, which included local and foreign investors, also called on the federal government and the National Assembly to come to their aid. They specifically appealed to government to compel the Nigerian Customs to respect the “transit laws” governing the movement of goods out of Tinapa to other countries within the sub-region.
  2.  
  3. According to the group, which addressed the Press through their spokesperson, Mr Namnso Nyong, the laws establishing Tinapa Business and Free Zone Resort recognises it as the “transit hub” for goods within sub-regional Africa. They also alleged “harassment and sabotage by the Nigerian Customs in Onne port, Rivers State”. According to the group no less than 20,000 jobs are being threatened as one company alone lost more than N50 million to the activities of Nigerian customs.
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  5. “Customs has no right to hold any consignment coming to Tinapa. For Customs to come and ask us to pay duty in Onne is a total violation of the law establishing Tinapa. Nigerian Customs is frustrating us. We are indeed shocked and bewildered why customs at Onne command stopped the processing of investors consignments which are on transit to Tinapa Free Trade Zone. This unilateral illegal acts by the Customs at Onne in stopping Tinapa bound consignment is against the spirit and letter of the gazette law that set up Tinapa as a Free Trade Zone. “We view this Nigerian Customs serial impunity with regards to trade transactions in Tinapa as a calculated attempt to truncate business activities within the Free Trade Zone, thus rendering all human, material and financial resources invested in establishing the zone as a total waste. Shops are shutting down, people are losing their jobs, demurage is increasing every hour on these containers at Onne Seaport” whereas others are busy smuggling rice through the Katsina borders while the Customs look elsewhere.
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  7. The group said that the consequences of Customs’ actions has led to the “loss of revenue running into millions of naira, loss of confidence from trade partners, and inability to honour letters of credit hinged upon receipt of goods. “Inability to meet financial obligations, loss of supplier’s confidence, closure of shops and loss of employment with its multiplier effect to the host communities and Cross River at large as 20,000 Cross Riverians will become jobless”, they stated.
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  9. One of the investors, Mr. Chris Nedum, stated that for over four weeks now the Customs Service has not done anything to clear their goods as the process of transfer has not been done. “My company has lost over N50 million and our foreign partners are now seeing us as fraudsters. This is a deliberate act to frustrate business in South South and South East”, he held. In like manner, an Indian investor in Tinapa, Mr Poadeep Kumav, decried the unlawful activities of the Customs Service and blamed the Nigerian government for allowing the Customs to flout the law. Efforts to get the Nigeria Customs Public Relations Officer, Mr. Wole Adeniyi, on phone to confirm the report failed as calls put across to him were neither answered nor returned
 

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  • #1

    omubo kio lawson (Wednesday, 28 May 2014 03:37)

    This is to notify the service that a group of fraudulent people have replicated you WEB on the face book cheating innocent Nigerians. It would save the good name of the service to nip the activities of these fraud.

  • #2

    cutoms ade wale balogun (Sunday, 24 August 2014 07:18)

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    VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT ARE AS FOLLOW:
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    2.LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ORIGIN
    3.BIRTH CERTIFICATE
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    1. SCAN COPY OF VALID NATIONAL ID-CARD/DRIVERS LICENSE

    2. SCAN COPY OF PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH

    3. SCAN COPY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ORIGIN


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    CONTACT ADDRESS : [NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE SEME BORDER]

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR PATRONAGE.

    INTERESTED BUYERS SHOULD PLEASE CONTACT US FOR PURCHASE AND IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NATIONWIDE.
    CONTACT CONTROLLER ADE WALE BALOGUN (REGIONAL COMPTROLLER SEME-BORDER & IDIROKO COMMAND)
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    • Toyota Land Cruiser-N450,000
    • Toyota Prado N430,000
    • Toyota Corolla –N250,000
    • Toyota Camry –N200,000-N500,000
    • Toyota Avensis – N200,000-N500,000
    • Toyota Yaris – N300,000
    • Toyota Avanza – N400,000
    • Toyota RAV4 SUV –N400,000
    • Toyota Hilus Pickup-N450,000
    • Toyota Dyna Truck – N200,000
    • Toyota Hiace Bus – N250,000
    • Toyota Coaster Bus 32 seaters – N300,000
    . Toyota highlander- N200,000 - N500,000
    • Toyoya sienna -- N300,000
    • Toyota Avalon -- N300,000
    • Toyota Venza --N400,000

    Prices of some Peugeot Cars
    Peugeot c230 N200,000
    C300 N300,000
    prices of some Honda cars
    Honda Civic cars – N250,000
    Honda Accord – N300,000
    Honda CR-V – N250,000
    Honda Odyssey – N320,000
    Honda CR-V – N300,000
    Honda Pilot – N300,000
    Prices of some Nissan cars
    • Nissan Sunny sedan – N250,000
    • Nissan Patrol SUV – N200,000
    • Nissan Civilian 30 seater bus – N300,000
    • Nissan Pathfinder SUV - N350,000
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    AMODEL/YEAR OF MANUFACTURE..........2001 t0 2012
    INTERIOR.........................LEATHER AND FABRIC
    AC..........CHILLING FACTORY AC
    WHEEL.......................GOOD TYRE, ALLOY WHEEL
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  • #3

    cutoms ade wale balogun (Thursday, 04 September 2014 04:12)

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    THIS VEHICLES ARE IN THE CUSTOM WAREHOUSES IN SEME BORDER IN NIGERIA AWAITING REMOVAL BY CLEARANCE,INTERESTED BUYERS ARE TO BOOK DOWN FOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION FIRST BEFORE HAVING THE NECESSARY DOCUMENTATION FOR CLEARANCE.
    VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT ARE AS FOLLOW:
    1.NATIONAL ID-CARD
    2.LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ORIGIN
    3.BIRTH CERTIFICATE
    4.DRIVING LICENSE
    5.TWO PHOTOGRAPH PASSPORT
    CONTACT NAME: (OFFICER Ade Wale)
    CONTACT NUMBER:(07038375252)
    OFFICE VIA EMAIL ADDRESS: customsnig2013@gmail.com
    There are lot of cars raging from: Toyota;Acura SUV;Mercedes Benz;Honda;Bmw,Busses;Trucks;Vans Ford SUV;Hyundai;Suzuki;Nissan;Power-Bikes. E.T.C If you are interested in owning your personal car at Little cost call the Customs officer SEGUN DAYO to get your vehicle for little cost
    NOTE: Offer Valid While Stock Last; Money back guarantee.
    REQUIREMENT FOR CLEARANCE AS AN INDIVIDUALS AND DEALERS.

    1. SCAN COPY OF VALID NATIONAL ID-CARD/DRIVERS LICENSE

    2. SCAN COPY OF PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH

    3. SCAN COPY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ORIGIN


    EMAIL ADDRESS :customsnig2013@gmail.com

    CONTACT ADDRESS : [NIGERIA CUSTOM SERVICE SEME BORDER]

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR PATRONAGE.

    INTERESTED BUYERS SHOULD PLEASE CONTACT US FOR PURCHASE AND IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NATIONWIDE.
    CONTACT CONTROLLER ADE WALE BALOGUN (REGIONAL COMPTROLLER SEME-BORDER & IDIROKO COMMAND)
    CONTACT NUMBER : 07038375252
    THIS CARS AND SUVS ARE VEHICLES RANGING FROM 2001 MODEL TO 2012
    Prices of some Toyota cars
    • Toyota Land Cruiser-N450,000
    • Toyota Prado N430,000
    • Toyota Corolla –N250,000
    • Toyota Camry –N200,000-N500,000
    • Toyota Avensis – N200,000-N500,000
    • Toyota Yaris – N300,000
    • Toyota Avanza – N400,000
    • Toyota RAV4 SUV –N400,000
    • Toyota Hilus Pickup-N450,000
    • Toyota Dyna Truck – N200,000
    • Toyota Hiace Bus – N250,000
    • Toyota Coaster Bus 32 seaters – N300,000
    . Toyota highlander- N200,000 - N500,000
    • Toyoya sienna -- N300,000
    • Toyota Avalon -- N300,000
    • Toyota Venza --N400,000

    Prices of some Peugeot Cars
    Peugeot c230 N200,000
    C300 N300,000
    prices of some Honda cars
    Honda Civic cars – N250,000
    Honda Accord – N300,000
    Honda CR-V – N250,000
    Honda Odyssey – N320,000
    Honda CR-V – N300,000
    Honda Pilot – N300,000
    Prices of some Nissan cars
    • Nissan Sunny sedan – N250,000
    • Nissan Patrol SUV – N200,000
    • Nissan Civilian 30 seater bus – N300,000
    • Nissan Pathfinder SUV - N350,000
    and lots more.
    AMODEL/YEAR OF MANUFACTURE..........2001 t0 2012
    INTERIOR.........................LEATHER AND FABRIC
    AC..........CHILLING FACTORY AC
    WHEEL.......................GOOD TYRE, ALLOY WHEEL
    ASKING PRICE..................Ranging from #200,000

  • #4

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