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KEBBI CUSTOMS COMPLIES WITH CGC DIRECTIVES OF BORDER REOPENING WITH NIGER REPUBLIC                                                                                       16-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                         The newly appointed Customs Area Controller, Kebbi State Command, Comptroller Iheanacho Ernest Ojike, has abide by the directive of the Comptroller General of Customs Bashir Adewale Adeniyi to reopened Kamba Border for international trade.

In a statement by Mohammed Tajuddeen Salisu Public Relations Officer of the Command and made available to Africa 247, said Kamba was a strategic border with major share in Kebbi Revenue generation.

The statement stated that, the border reopening was aimed at paving way for legitimate trade that would impact positively on Nation building, not a permission for importation of prohibited items that would ransack the economy and compromise national security.

Its emphasised that, the state Comptroller said, officers and men of the Command are ever ready to facilitate legitimate trade and act within the ambit of the law to simplify trade across Kamba Border seamlessly as long as stakeholders import what is permitted by Customs extant laws, make proper declaration and pay appropriate duties to the Federal Government coffers.

The statement stated that, Comptroller Ernest Ojike stressed that, Food grains are still prohibited for exportation out of the country, considering the scarcity of food in the country.

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