Customs intercept contraband worth N31.5m in Katsina State
The Katsina Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service intercepted contraband which Duty Paid Value was put at N31. 4 from April 1 to date.
Alhaji Wada Cedi, the Comptroller in charge of Katsina, made this known while displaying the goods before newsmen in Katsina.
He said that the goods include vehicles, foreign rice and pasta, vegetable oil, macaroni, cow skin, premium motor spirit (petrol) and gas cylinders.
Ceci said the Service also seized eight vehicles with a DPV of N8.6 million.
He said the ban on the export and import of contraband remains in spite of the reopening of the Jibiya border.