The Controller of the Command, Comptroller Bello Jibo, made the disclosure during a press briefing on Tuesday.
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The Strike Force Coordinator, Deputy Controller Aliyu Olorokoba, made the disclosure in a statement on Friday.
Oseni Olorukooba, the Coordinator, Comptroller-General of Customs Strike Force Zone B, stated this while displaying the seized items on Friday in Kano.
The NCS has also handed the banned substance to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
Comptroller Malanta Yusuf , Area Controller of Apapa Command of Nigeria Customs Service, in a news conference in Lagos noted that the tramadol was concealed with 1000 cartons of ceramic tiles.
The Customs Service, Seme Border Area Command, says it has intercepted 875 bags of foreign parboiled rice and other goods, valued at N40m, in two weeks.
The Comptroller-General of Customs, Retired Col. Hammed Ali, on Wednesday said the service destroyed various pharmaceutical products including tramadol with a Duty Paid Value of N14.7 billion.
The Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘A’ of the Nigeria Customs Service has intercepted various smuggled items with a Duty Paid Value of N10.67 billion in the first quarter of 2019.
The Unit Controller, Compt. Kayode Olusemire, made the appeal at its Benin office on Friday while showing newsmen bullet proof vehicles and other contraband seized by the officers.
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 Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, retired Col. Hameed Ali, on Thursday said the Apapa command of the service intercepted 40 × 40ft containers of pharmaceutical products with Duty Paid Value of N7.31 billion.
Seme Border Command of Nigeria Customs Service generated N1.95 billion between September and October this year, the Area Controller, Muhammed Garba, has said.
The Kaduna/Katsina Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has generated N852 million as revenue for the month of August 2018.
The Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘A’ of the Nigeria Customs Service, Ikeja, said it intercepted contraband with a Duty Paid Value of N2.05 billion.
The Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘A’ of the Nigeria Customs Service, Ikeja, has intercepted contraband with a Duty Paid Value of N8.21billion and through interventions, recovered N405.21million.
The Customs Area Controller of Seme command, Comptroller Mohammed Aliyu, disclosed this on Monday in Lagos.
The Customs Area Controller of the unit, Comptroller Garba Mohammed, said this when he conducted newsmen round Customs’ warehouses in Lagos on Wednesday.
The Comptroller-General of the service, retired Colonel Hameed Ali, disclosed this in a document obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Sunday.
On August 8, the command intercepted various items, including vehicles and Indian hemp, with a Duty Paid Value of N1.61 billion.