Nigeria Custom announces its decision to impound unverified private jets
By Harnie Gold
Nigeria’s customs service on Monday 21, has announced through Joseph Attah, NCS Public relations Officer, that private jets in the country with unverified documents have from now to July 6 to do the needful as regards their documents and registrations.
“The Service believes that owners of private aircraft are highly-placed individuals who would be willing to comply with extant laws of the land governing the importation of the aircraft they own, this includes payments of all appropriate duties and taxes.
“The period for such temporary importation for some of the aircraft has expired and they have neither renewed nor re-exported the aircraft in line with extant laws governing that in Nigeria.
At the end of the verification, some of the things we are suspecting will come to light and we will make further details known to the public.
As an agency of government responsible for the enforcement of laws governing imports and exports in Nigeria, the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) will not hesitate to invoke appropriate sanctions on any defaulting private aircraft owner immediately after the expiration of the verification period on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
He also made it known that the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) hopes to uncover some things though he didn’t mention what but he promised to make the details known to the public in due time
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