Lagos - The Lagos Industrial Area Command of Nigeria Customs Service in Festac Town, says it generated N747.5 million revenue in October.
The Controller of the Command, Winifred Okon, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Lagos.
Okon said that the amount was N559 million higher than what the command generated in September.
She said that the command revenue would increase in November because of the registration new firms within the command.
She said nine of the firms were found at the Lagos International Trade Fair, which began on November 1.
She said that most of the firms within the command produce beer, spirits and tobacco.
The controller said that the command would continue to employ various strategies to boost its revenue.