Segment-2 Report (Photo News:)
Seme Customs, Benin Republic enforcing international law on transit cargo
.Ensures operation of single outlet at joint border post
By Udeme Clement
Seme Area Command of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, under the supervision of Comptroller Mohammed Uba, as the Customs Area Controller, CAC, has taken a decisive step on the enforcement of Customs International law on transit cargoes at the border. The Command demonstrated this pragmatically by ensuring operations of a ‘Single Outlet’ at Seme border, which is known to be the busiest border area within the West African sub-region.
Usage of a Single Outlet at the border is quite imperative, as the Director General of Customs in Benin Republic, Comptroller of Customs in the same country, the Director of Benin Ports and other partners of the ‘Joint Border Post’ came for official inspection on final closure of all outlets, other than single entry and exit at the joint border post.
Financial Business brings you the segment-2 report of the inspection exercise in photo news as shown below:
Comptroller Uba, Talon Lionnel Ioic, Director of Benin Ports, Adefalou Maurice Eniola, Director of Customs International Relations and Legislations, Mauricette Ajibi Dafia, Head of Customs operations, Seme Krake, Benin Republic and other development partners at the occasion:
Single outlet for trade facilitation in their minds:
Still at the inspection exercise for Single outlet implementation: