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 The Nigeria Customs Service NCS has distanced itself from rumours making the rounds that a special auction of over 7000 cars would soon be held by the Service The Public Relations Officer of Customs Deputy Comptroller Timi Bomodi made this known in a statement signed on behalf of the Comptroller General of Customs in Abuja He urged Nigerians to always refer to the electronic auction e auction platform at https trade gov for authentic information on auctioning According to him e auction remains the only authentic means of auctioning goods to members of the public Auctions are periodic and advertised in advance on our website to avail the public the opportunity of selecting and bidding for items of their choice It will be recalled that the service deployed the e auction platform in July 2017 to improve efficiency in revenue generation to the federal government It was also deployed to provide equal opportunities to all Nigerians in the seamless disposal of seized and condemned and overtime and abandoned cargoes Since its implementation the e auction has lived up to expectations by guaranteeing transparency and integrity in the auctioning process Bomodi said The spokesperson said that the requirements to take part in the e auction bidding process by interested members of the public were clear He said that applicants must process valid Tax Identification Number TIN issued by Federal Inland Revenue Service FIRS with an active e mail account Bomodi added that the conditions and terms of auction must be carefully considered by an interested person before acceptance Bomodi further said an applicant must have an authentic and nationally accepted means of identification He explained that those means of identification include international passport driver s license national identity card or voter card Bomodi referred the public to the service s e auction portal at https trade gov for further guidelines Bomodi used the opportunity to call on owners of uncleared vehicles at the various ports to avail themselves of the VIN Valuation protocols to clear them He said the clearance procedure had been simplified automated and made more user friendly NewsSourceCredit NAN
We’re not auctioning 7000 cars–Customs 

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The Nigeria Customs Service(NCS), has distanced itself from rumours making the rounds that a special auction of over 7000 cars would soon be held by the Service.

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Public Relations Officer of Customs

The Public Relations Officer of Customs, Deputy Comptroller Timi Bomodi, made this known in a statement signed on behalf of the Comptroller General of Customs in Abuja.

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He urged Nigerians to always refer to the electronic auction (e-auction) platform at https:.

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for authentic information on auctioning.

According to him, e-auction remains the only authentic means of auctioning goods to members of the public.

“Auctions are periodic and advertised in advance on our website to avail the public the opportunity of selecting and bidding for items of their choice.

“It will be recalled that the service deployed the e-auction platform in July 2017 to improve efficiency in revenue generation to the federal government.

“It was also deployed to provide equal opportunities to all Nigerians in the seamless disposal of seized and condemned, and overtime and abandoned cargoes.

“Since its implementation, the e-auction has lived up to expectations by guaranteeing transparency and integrity in the auctioning process,” Bomodi said.

The spokesperson said that the requirements to take part in the e-auction bidding process by interested members of the public were clear.

Tax Identification Number

He said that applicants must process valid Tax Identification Number (TIN), issued by Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), with an active e-mail account.

Bomodi added that the conditions and terms of auction must be carefully considered by an interested person before acceptance.

Bomodi further said an applicant must have an authentic and nationally accepted means of identification.

He explained that those means of identification include international passport, driver’s license, national identity card or voter card.

Bomodi referred the public to the service’s e-auction portal at https:.

trade.

gov.

for further guidelines.

Bomodi used the opportunity to call on owners of uncleared vehicles at the various ports to avail themselves of the VIN-Valuation protocols to clear them.

He said the clearance procedure had been simplified, automated and made more user-friendly.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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