Lagos - The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has kicked off a new vehicle transit system for vehicles imported from the Republic of Benin into Nigeria in an effort to check vehicle smuggling and ensure easy movement of imported cars into the country.
The new arrangement ensure that all Nigerian -bound vehicles imported from the Republic of Benin are handed over to the NCS by the Customs Service of the Republic of Benin after due clearance, reports Leadership
The new policy which will also be implemented in other neighboring countries like Cameroon, Chad and Niger Republic.
The new vehicle transit system was a fallout of a meeting of directors-general of Customs of the five proximate countries held in Abuja on March 26, 2014 and in line with the Transit Code.
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