Abuja - The Nigerian Customs Service recovered three
bullet-proof cars with a Duty Paid Value of N76 million in Lagos State,
Area Controller, Victor Dimka, has disclosed that cars have
been imported into the country but did not get clearance from the Office of the
National Security Adviser.
The NCS has figured that the cars were imported into the
country through the intelligence as some already had number plates.
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Dimka states "due process must be followed in the
importation of bullet proof cars as the individual must aply through the
Smugglers have been warned that any further attacks on
officers will not be allwoed.
The extent of smuggling has become a problem for the NCS as
this detriments the country's economy.
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