Ogun Customs records spectacular seizure, arrests 2 suspects
.Seizes 2018 model Range Rover with N64.2million DPV
Segment-2 report (Photo News):
By Udeme Clement
Photo news of the segment-2 report on Ogun Command of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, showing spectacular seizure of a brand new Range Rover (Velar) 2018/2019 model, with a Duty Paid Value, DPV, of N64.2million intercepted through intelligence technique mapped out by the Customs Area Controller, CAC, of the Command, Comptroller Agbara Ojobo Michael.
From May 2, to June 4, 2018, the same Command generated total revenue of N437.8million. In anti-smuggling operations, Ogun Customs made seizures of 51 vehicles (19 Tokunbo vehicles and 32 means of conveyance), 5,103 bags of foreign rice (50kg each), 135 gallons of vegetable oil (25litres each), 33 bags of sugar (50kg each), seven bales of secondhand clothing, three bales, 36 sacks and 300 pairs of foot wears, 129 pieces of used tyres, 102 gallons of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) of 25 litres each, commonly known as petrol, and one sack of ladies handbags, with a Duty Paid Value of N370,892,666.00.”
Photo News Below:
The Seized Range Rover:
The Interior of the exotic car:
The back view of the Range Rover:
The CAC addressing news men at Idiroko:
Comptroller Michael responding to questions from news men on massive seizures recorded by his Command in just one month:
Prohibited Items packed in front of Senior Officers Mess, at Idiroko:
Large quantity of foreign rice and vegetable oil seized by Ogun Command:
The CAC showing inner compartments of a vehicle used in smuggling rice at the border:
As promised, this is the segment-2 report on Ogun Customs.