Custom Boss Summoned by Nigerian Senate

The Senate on Wednesday directed its Committee on Customs to summon the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali (rtd) to work out a viable economic framework/policy that can mitigate the sufferings of the people, and communities across the border areas.

As reported by the Nation Newspaper, The Nigerian Senates also urged Ali to urgently explore the use of modern technological devices in the “tracking, management, and scheduling of petroleum trucks that undertake business along the border towns.”

It further called on the Customs to initiate a comprehensive audit of all petroleum stations and suppliers across the border communities, in a bid to closely monitor their movement by mandating each moving truck to have a tracking device that is monitored by the Nigeria Customs Service in a wholesome manner.

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