The Nigeria Customs Service on Friday said it intercepted another 13 containers of Tramadol, a banned addictive substance, and other items at Tin-Can Island Port in Lagos.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency says it has seized 241 million Tramadol tablets in 11 containers, weighing 118 metric tonnes.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency says it has uncovered 340 million Tramadol tablets in 12 containers at the Apapa port in Lagos.
Some stakeholders in the maritime industry are calling for urgent intervention by the Federal Government to check the current congestion and gridlock within the Apapa seaport in Lagos.
Haastrup, who together with the late Senator Isiaka Adeleke governed Osun State between January 1992 and November 1993, made this declaration on Friday as he reflected on his 70 years on earth
Some concerned freight forwarders on Saturday bemoaned low number of containers cleared by the Nigeria Customs Service in Apapa port.
The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers on Tuesday urged Federal and Lagos State Governments to check the excesses of security personnel controlling trucks loading at the Apapa Port.
The State’s Commissioner of Police, Anthony Ogbizi, made this disclosure at the Umuahia Central Police Station on Tuesday, while briefing newsmen on the achievements recorded by the command in the fight against crime and criminality within…
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the suspects were arrested following a tip off from the public that suspected stolen building materials were being off loaded into a shop at Iddo area of Lagos.
Aboyeji said: “When Apapa Port started operation in 1970, it was only made for 30,000 cargoes, but now it has over 80,000 cargoes, yet no infrastructural development.
The prosecution tendered the video clip in court through a DSS operative, Jaiye Emmanuel
The President of the association, Jonathan Nicol, made the call on Saturday in Lagos in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria
This was contained in a statement made available to newsmen in Lagos by the Public Relations Officer of the association, Simeon Nwonu