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Nigerian Customs Impounds Three Bullet-Proof Cars

On Tuesday, the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Seme Command, through intelligence gathering by its officers  seized three bullet-proof cars with a Duty Paid Value of N76million.

The Area Controller, Mr. Victor Dimka, a Comptroller, who confirmed this at a briefing held at the vehicle seat in the command said that a particular bullet-proof 2012 Mercedes C300, was intercepted at the Gbaji area of Badagry and it had an official plate number of FG 35 S02.

He disclosed that individuals who desired to import bullet-proof cars into the country must get clearance from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA).

“All the cars that were seized have been handed over to the Department of State Security Service, for further investigation,” he said also added.

The NCS Comptroller reiterated the command’s commitment to surpass its revenue target for 2016, adding that all revenue loopholes have been effectively blocked.

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