The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has made commitment to support Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to promote technology driven service to boost the nation’s economy.
The NCS Public Relations Officer, Mr Joseph Attah made this known in a statement in Abuja on Wednesday.
Attah said the CBN also pledged to establish the control centre for monitoring all scanning sites in its bid to boost national economy, especially agricultural sector.
He disclosed that already Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning had purchased three new scanners to enhance the proposed E-customs operations.
He said this means that within the next six months, NCS would have about seven functional scanners to be mounted at strategic entry points even before the full deployment of e-Customs components which would guarantee the deployment of 135 modern scanners.
Attah however expressed appreciation of the service and commended the leadership of CBN for this strategic intervention in the interest of…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper