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Home Crimes Watch Six suspected smugglers nabbed with items worth N108m in Katsina
Six suspected smugglers nabbed with items worth N108m in Katsina

Six suspected smugglers nabbed with items worth N108m in Katsina

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Six suspected smugglers nabbed with items worth N108m in Katsina

Six suspected smugglers have been arrested in Katsina in connection to various seized items with a Duty Paid Value of N108 million.

Displaying the confiscated items, the state comptroller of customs, Kiriwa Abdullahi, said they were conveyed in 73 vehicles amongst them four trailers.

The items include 1,632 bags of foreign rice, 440 Jerry cans of vegetable oil, 9 bales of used clothes, 283 cartons of spaghetti, 81 bags of sugar, 56 cartons of washing soap, 73 means of conveyance, 26 cartons of Tiger Head Dry Cell Battery.

Other items seized include 28 cartons of macaroni, 3 bags of tiger nuts, 5 bags of beans, 1 tanker loaded with 50,000 litres of AGO, 1 trailer loaded with potash, 1 trailer loaded with unprocessed hides and skin and 1 trailer loaded with used motor batteries.

Acting Comptroller of the command, DC Dahiru Kirawa during a briefing, said six suspects have also been arrested in connection with the seizures.

He said the effort was to sustain the fight against smuggling and ensure full compliance with the Federal Government’s partial border closure to safeguard the nation’s economy.

“The message is we have no other country than Nigeria, we must make concerted effort to ensure that our economy is improved and this is one of the ways by which we would help and ensure that smuggling is suppressed to the barest minimum and that smugglers must desist because laudable programs have been put in place by the government, they should take advantage of that to engage in legitimate business.”

Those arrested will be prosecuted as soon as investigations are completed according to laid down rules and regulations of the land, he added.

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