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Pay up your debt or face sanction, Customs warns importers

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The Apapa area one Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has issued a warning to agents and importers over uncleared Single Goods Declaration (SGDs) forms.

Uncleared SGDs are forms that contains under declaration and under valued imports that are present to the Customs with a view to short-changing the system.

In a notice sent out the affected agencies and importers, the Command’s management gave the debtors two weeks  to to clear up their cases with the valuation Unit and or face sanction.

All together, there are about 161 agents and importers that may face sanction should the Customs decides to carry out its threat.

Part of the notice reads “  The under listed agents and importers are hereby requested to report to Deputy Comptroller in charge of valuation in respect of the listed SGDs.

“Failure to comply within 2 weeks will compel the Unit to forward the query to Headquarters”.

Some of the affected  importers includes Evergreen Glo limited, Delight resources Limited, Venus Nina Company Limited, Global Services Limited,  Seindeo Limited, Watson Electric Limited, Afritrano investment Limited, Drugfield Pharmaceutical Limited, African Commodity Limited, Jummai Chindaya Limited, and Wich Tech Industries Limited.

While the affected agents includes Express Freight handlers limited, Adia investment Limited, Asfam Nigerian Limited,Babolly Ventures Limited, Benbless Golden Limited, Cargo Concept Limited, and Finatrade freight and Logistics.

Some of the affected  SGDs numbers includes 06224, 93640, 94174, 02139, 02141, 02279. 91024, 91925, 94585, 97751, 97748, 97749, 99165,68587,07028,05462, and 01649.

Effort to speak with both the Command’s Comptroller and the spokes man were futile as they were not on seat when Vanguard called at their offices.

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Updated 7 Years ago

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