Tue. Apr 26th, 2022

LAND BORDERS

Nigeria

Nigeria

The Federal Government has given directive for the re-opening of four additional land border closed in August, 2019.

According to a circular released by the Nigeria Customs Service, which was signed by Deputy Comptroller-General of Custom, E.I. Edorhe, the Federal Government directed the Customs to open Idiroko, OgunState, Jibiya, Katsina State, Kamba, Kebbi State and Ikom, Cross River State borders with immediate effect.

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