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Customs Boss Calls For Legitimate Use Of Reopened Kamba Border

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LAGOS – The Customs Area Controller of Kebbi Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Comptroller Joseph Attah, has called on the people of Kebbi State to use the reopened Kamba border in the state for only legitimate business activities.

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The Customs boss said the border reopening was not an invitation to use it for illegitimate trade or permission for importation of every manner of goods, especially those that could compromise national security.

Attah, who stated this at the sensitisation exercise by the Command to signal the reopening of Kamba Border, said it was to allow trade that could improve the economy and impact positively on people.

He said: “To the stakeholders and indigenes of Kamba, the reopening of the border presents an opportunity for legitimate business activities across the border.

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“My officers and men are ready to facilitate legitimate trade and do all within the ambit of the law to make trade across Kamba Border seamless as long as stakeholders import what is allowed by the law, make proper declaration and pay appropriate duties to the Federal Government coffers.

The CAC further took time to explain the import and clearance procedure to the audience. He emphasized on the need for strict compliance.

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Also, the Kebbi State Government commended the Federal Government for reopening the border. It expressed support for the Kebbi Area Command in the discharge of its statutory functions.

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