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NIGERIA DAILY: How security agents ‘aid’ smuggling

Download here   For over two years now, Nigeria’s land borders with neighbouring Benin, Cameroon, Chad and Niger have been closed. While people are...

Acting Assistant Comptroller of Customs Zone ‘C, Olusemire Kayode (R) other men of the Nigeria Customs Service, Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘C during the display of Logs of unprocessed timber intercepted in Port Harcourt yesterday
Acting Assistant Comptroller of Customs Zone ‘C, Olusemire Kayode (R) other men of the Nigeria Customs Service, Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘C during the display of Logs of unprocessed timber intercepted in Port Harcourt yesterday

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For over two years now, Nigeria’s land borders with neighbouring Benin, Cameroon, Chad and Niger have been closed. While people are allowed to pass through, the movement of goods is restricted.

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Despite this, commodities are like rice amongst others is still being smuggled into the country.

What is really happening at the country’s borders? Are the security agents who are meant to curb this, aid the illicit activity?

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