Ogun State Command One of the Nigeria Customs Service says it generated revenue totaling N29.9 million on the Import Duty and auctioning of seized petrol, between January and June this year.
The figure is higher than N15.2 million generated within the same period last year.
Also, the command seized contraband whose Duty Paid Value was N3.4 million.
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The command comptroller, Bamidele Makinde addressing newsmen in Abeokuta said during the period, the command seized 25,906 50 kilogramme of parboiled Rice, 1,433 cartons of frozen poultry products, 72 units of used vehicles, 20 units of used Motorcycle, 1400 packets, 2250 sachets of Tramadol and 168 packets of Codeine, 289 cartons of Tomato paste, 258 sacks and 661 wraps of Cannabis Sativa.
The command also seized 140 pieces of used Tyres, 11,645 kegs of 25 litres each of PMS, 345 cartons of foreign wine, 34 bales, 113 sacks and 36 Ghana must go bags of second hand clothes, 64 sacks and 2218 pairs of used footwear, 328 cartons, 320 sacks and 72 pairs of new shoes.
Others are 180 pieces of female hand bags, 375 bales, 925 pieces of textile and 900 pieces of matchets.
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