The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Sokoto/Zamfara Area Command, said it has generated N2,418,477,044 revenue from January to June which translate to 25.6% when compared to N1,926,265,749 of revenue collected in 2022 under the same period.
A statement signed by the Customs Public Relations Officer of the Command, DSC Abdullahi Tsafe Abubakar, disclosed that the CAC, since assumption of duty at the Command earlier this year has worked strategically in line with world Customs best practices that aided ease of doing business, trade facilitation, reduction of cargo clearance time and increase in revenue generation.
The Customs Area Controller, Sokoto/Zamfara Area Command, Comptroller Musa Omale strategic, and dogged efforts have yielded this remarkable and unprecedented increase in the revenue profile of the Command.
The CAC reiterates the Command’s commitment to sustain and improve upon revenue generation in the second half of 2023. Comptroller Omale sought the continuous cooperation of all stakeholders and assured them of the Command’s commitment to promoting ease of doing business and trade facilitation.