BORDER REOPENING : KEBBI CUSTOMS WARNS AGAINST ILLEGAL TRADING.

BORDER REOPENING : KEBBI CUSTOMS WARNS AGAINST ILLEGAL TRADING. 

FROM : AYODELE AJOGE,  

BIRNIN-KEBBI.




The Kebbi State Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Monday flag off the reopening of Kamba land border as directed by the Federal government with a stern warning to traders to stay away from illegal  trading along the border routes. 

Controller of Customs in charge of Kebbi State Command, Comptroller Joseph Attah who gave the warning during the opening ceremony warned that any individual who may want to take advantage of the reopening to bring in unlawful or illegal goods would incured the wrath of men of the Custom service.

He expressed that the reopening of the Kamba border is a new chapter in the business and economic activities of Kebbi State, Nigeria and the region, adding that it will re-energized the activities of international trade actors who would play by the rule.

Attah also warned that the reopening is not an ivitation to illegal trade or an invitation to anybody to bring into Nigeria whatever they wanted to bring in,  but basically  meant to improves the economic well-being of the people, to improve security and to enchance the living condition of Nigerians. 

The Custom boss enumerated that Nigeria Custom Service is ready to collaborate with other security agents to ensure compliance with legitimate trades and boost it as well, assuring business men and women to sustain their businesses if they are compliants with rules of the game. 

"we will not fold our arms and allows people to bring in what the laws says they should not bring, but we will support those who would pay their Custom duty on their legitimate goods and ensure immediate clearance" He said. 

In his speed at the ceremony,  the District Head of Kamba, Alhaji Mamuda Z.  Fana while thanking the Federal government for the reopening called for fear of God among his subjects to do the needful at all times. 

Speaking on behalf of the State government, the Hon. Commissioner of Commerce, Garba Ibrahim Geza said the State government would give necessary support to ensure strict compliance with laid down rules. 

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