The customs of the island of Tin-Kan says that in August 2018 it produced 31.8 billion pounds sterling, which is more than in the same period of 2017.
Controller of the customs zone (CAC) of the team, Controller Musa Abdullahi, said this during the Zone Coordinator Zone "A" Assistant to the General Controller of Customs (ACG), Dahiru Aminu around projects that will be opened on Wednesday in Lagos.
He said that this figure grew by 3.24 billion.
The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that the zone coordinator has opened the One Stop Treatment, Staff Canteen area and the mini-football field established by the team.
According to him, the Port of Tinkang Island received another impetus in terms of infrastructure projects aimed at strengthening the work of the Department of Requests and Changes.
He added that a state-of-the-art dining room and a miniature sports ground were opened to attract stakeholders in the sea.
Abdullahi said that the projects have become urgent, since it is necessary to rearrange the team to an enviable height to add an additional impetus to its status as the most user-friendly port in the subregion.
During the opening of the projects, the zonal coordinator highly appreciated that the CAC of tin can command its thoughtfulness, saying that the funds will concern ongoing complaints about many warnings, which until now were repeated decimal places.
"As the name suggests, stakeholders are instructed to take advantage of this, especially to promote legitimate trade."
"The center will host Query and Amendment (Q & A), evaluation and CIU for synchronization and reconciliation of trade disputes.
"Management highly appreciates the efforts of the Comptroller to introduce projects of significant importance to the welfare of officers and people of the team,said Amina.
Earlier CAC praised the leadership and staff of Seven Up Bottling Company Ltd. for the donation of synthetic Mini Pitch in the framework of its corporate social responsibility (CSR).
He noted that he will serve the sports needs of both officers and their respected stakeholders.
Abdullahi said that from 5 to 6 September, the command organized a two-day seminar for the Association of Customs Licensed Agents of Nigeria (ANCLA), after their official request for training on the "End User Certificate (EUC) for guidance and documentation requirements.
He stressed the importance of the EUC as a normative document and urged importers and their agents to ensure strict compliance with processes and procedures in the interests of national security.
Abdullahi sought the need for stakeholders to build effective partnerships by supporting and applying the fiscal policy of the federal government in terms of trade.
He, however, confirmed his commitment to reward compatible declarants and authorize complacency.