The Apapa Customs Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), has set a target of about N426 billion revenue in 2018, even as it promised to block all revenue leakages. Customs Area Controller, Jibrin Musa, at a press conference said the target is equivalent to N35.5 billion monthly, adding that the Command had started on a good note by recording about N31 billion in January this year. The consignment includeD: 936 cartons of Tramadol Hydrochloride Tablet (225mg); 56 cartons of Collstop Chlorpheniramine Maleate capsule (4mg); 368 cartons of Tramadol capsule BP (120mg); 192 cartons of Tramadol capsules (250mg); 160 cartons of Dobumol Anagestic; 554 cartons of Tramadol capsule BP 120mg and 176 cartons of Col-cap, among others. Meanwhile, he said the Nigerian Customs Integrated System (NICIS II) training, which was flagged off in other commands of the service, would soon take off in Apapa and the software becomes fully operational. “We would have blocked all revenue leakages thereby increasing not only our revenue profile but compliance level.
Source: The Guardian February 14, 2018 03:45 UTC