Concessioning is very good. It is one of the best reforms handled by the federal government that Nigerians are benefiting from. The reform eases clearance of goods at the seaport […]
Issues in the news
What do you think of the constant shift in implementation date of the 35 per cent levy on imported used vehicles?
It shows the President is being human and he is listening to the people because he sees that people have not really accepted it fully. That is a sign of […]
Over the years that government has been granting waivers, Customs have been meeting their revenue target. Also, we should know that no economy will grow without government granting waivers for […]
Are you satisfied with moves by the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) to stop intercepting containers on the highways from March 2015?
We know what was obtainable at the port before the exit of Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) and the other government agencies. We know what they want and that is […]
Nigeria borders are not adequately monitored, no doubt but if the borders are porous, who should be blamed? We need to ask ourselves what are the rules and regulation that […]
Here we are today, everything has been normalised and we thank the management .We are looking for more and more good things from NPA because we know that we still […]
The award given to the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) and World Customs Organisation (WCO) was a well deserved award and don’t forget that it was given to […]
What do you think of the recent training on attitudinal change for Police officers operating at the port?
I believe this would bring a tremendous change in the port environment if played by the rules and if all stakeholders can put all hands on deck. I am sure […]
To me, the postponement was not done in good faith; it was done because of the election. Even if the government starts implementing the policy now we stakeholders will work […]
For the Nigeria Customs Service, I look forward to a more civil customs saddled with the responsibility of trade facilitation and making the port friendlier. What we have now is […]