The Murtala Muhammed Airport Command of the Nigeria Customs Service seized 23 packages of tramadol worth N1.8 billion between January and March.
The Customs Area Comptroller, Mohammed Yusuf said that the pharmaceutical products were imported from India and Pakistan.
He listed the seized items to include 22 packets (225mg) of tramadol and 12 packets (120mg) of tramadol tablets.
Speaking while addressing newsmen in Lagos on Wednesday, he said the command also recorded good exports worth N100.93 billion.
“These exported goods include non-commercial and commercial foods with a total weight of 653 tonnes and Free On Board (FOB) value of N4.81 billion. The command is working hard to promote export businesses to boost forex earnings for the country,” he said.
He said the command generated N21.4 billion as revenue in the period under review.