Claims Of Fairly Used car Passage into The Country: A figments of Claimant's imagination-Seme PRO
Nigeria Customs service specifically its Area command in seme has debunked
claims coming from a tweeter hander identified as “Abdullahi Aliyu” who claimed that some of its operatives are collecting
money in exchange of passage of fairly used vehicles into the country through Seme border.
A statement made available to urban express news online through Seme Area command's Public Relation officer; Acs Abdullahi Onawo says such claims could only be a figment of the claimant's imagination.
further, Onawo said even at that, the command went further to carry out preliminary
investigation and found out that there is no iota of truth in what was alleged
adding that the report remained unfounded.
are calling on the public especially social media users to do proper findings
before throwing such serious allegation on tweeter with a targeted aim of
dampening the morale of our officers that are working day and night to keep our borders
The spokesman said since the inception of the border drill which according to him,
starts from August 20th this year, the command has recorded
tremendous achievements in its anti-smuggling operations
said the command had so far intercepted 55 used smuggled vehicles worth
billions of naira adding that Abubakar Aliyu claims on tweeter should not be
taken seriously hence there wasn’t any evidence to back his claims.
Aliyu had on 2nd November precisely 8:22pn taken to his tweeter
handle on @Abubakar Aliyu claiming that custom officers are collecting money in
exchange of passage of fairly used
vehicles into the country despite border drill
spokesman advises the general public with tangible evidence that can assist the command to come forward with it in other
to help tackle some reluctant once for the benefit of all
"The management of Nigeria customs service has
introduce some palliatives measures to help those whose vehicle is impounded
and detained or those that have vehicles without duty and are willing to pay to
approach the nearest federal operations to pay their duties, the statement