Determined to eradicate smuggling, wrong declaration of cargo and other anti-economic vices, the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) and its counterpart in Benin Republic on Tuesday entered into a bilateral connectivity agreement.
The agreement, which was reached at the Nigeria Customs Service/Benin Republic Stakeholders Meeting on Connectivity, at the ECOWAS Building, Seme Border, is aimed at facilitating trade between both countries.
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