[Vanguard] Abeokuta -The Ogun Area Command Controller, Nigeria Customs Service, Sani Madugu, said smugglers now use the creeks along the border communities at Idiroko, Ipokia Local Government Area, to smuggle bags of rice and other prohibited products into the country. (Date:05/20/2017 15:04) Read full article >>

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