The Oyo/Osun Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) on Thursday mentioned it has intercepted 340 baggage of Indian hemp.
The command mentioned it additionally seized 624 baggage of overseas parboiled rice and 91 gallons of vegetable oil.
The command famous that the seized objects had been intercepted between February 2020 and November this yr.
Different objects intercepted in the course of the interval below evaluation are; 1,694 items of used tyres, 325 bales of second-hand clothes, 800 baggage of fertilizer, 1,600 drums of petroleum, in any other case referred to as PMS and 41 models of bikes.
Customs Comptroller accountable for Oyo and Osun states, Mrs. Uche Ngozi whereas talking throughout a press convention in Ibadan on Thursday mentioned the command additionally intercepted 39 tokunbo vehicles, Six vehicles, 5 choose up vans, 9 SUV, one truck tanker and 7 buses.
She mentioned males of the Nigeria Customs service in her command had made a collection of interceptions alongside varied unapproved routes, which has helped to intercept the products for the reason that Finish SARS protest ended.
In keeping with her, hoodlums leveraged on the Finish SARS protest to perpetrate their nefarious actions alongside the borders within the states.
The controller mentioned, “We’ve additional sharpened our intelligence and elevated synergy with different sister businesses.
“We took the bull by the horn to nip these smugglers within the board with most intelligence gathering.
“To this impact, for the reason that Finish SARS protest, we’ve made a collection of interception alongside varied unapproved routes which has helped us with the products.”