4,370 Vehicles Discharged At TinCan, Police Recovers 1,540 Vehicles, LASTMA Impounds 40 Vehicles, NCS Generates N4.49T, News In The Past Week

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4,370 vehicles discharged at Tincan port, Police recovers 1,540 vehicles, LASTMA impounds 40 vehicles, NCS generates N4.49 trillion, news in the past week.

Customs Generated N4.49 Trillion In One Year Under Comptroller-General Adeniyi’s Stewardship

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) says it recorded a total revenue collection of N4.49 trillion between June 2023 and May 2024, which is a 74% growth compared to the N2.58 trillion collected during the corresponding period of the previous year.

The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Bashir Adewale Adeniyi, made the disclosure on Wednesday June 19th during a press conference in Abuja to mark his one-year in office.

“The NCS reported a remarkable 74% growth in revenue collection over the past year, recording a total revenue collection of N 4.49 trillion between June 2023 and May 2024, compared to the N2.58 trillion collected during the corresponding period of the previous year.

While providing an account of the NCS performance over the past year under his stewardship, Adeniyi also said that NCS recorded an average monthly revenue collection of N343 billion, compared to the N202 billion monthly average.

LASTMA Impounds Another 40 Vehicles Over Illegal Garages, Road Obstructions

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) says it has impounded another 25 commercial and 15 private vehicles operating illegal garages and causing serious road obstructions around Oyingbo, Ijora, and Idumota areas of Lagos.

In a statement, LASTMA said that the operation, which began in recent weeks, specifically targeted illegal garages that have been a persistent source of congestion and inconvenience for residents and commuters.

Speaking on the exercise, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, Hon. Sola Giwa, said that the operation is part of a broader initiative by the Lagos State Government to enhance the efficiency of the city’s transportation network.

He emphasized the government’s commitment to maintaining law and order on the roads, ensuring that all traffic regulations are strictly enforced.

IGP Egbetokun 365 Days In Office : Police Recovers 1,540 Stolen Vehicles, 2,750 Firearms Nationwide

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun says that 1,540 stolen vehicles have been recovered nationwide and 29,052 criminal cases successfully prosecuted since he assumed office as the 22nd Indigenous Inspector-General of Police.

IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun made this known on Thursday 20th June 2024 during the monthly Conference with Senior Police Officers to mark his one-year in office.

“In the past one year, the Nigeria Police Force has arrested 35,496 suspects for their participation in various crimes, rescued 1,907 kidnapped victims, and recovered 2,750 firearms, 22,569 ammunition, and 1,540 vehicles nationwide, while the Legal/Prosecutions Section has successfully prosecuted 29,052 criminal cases, securing 16,200 convictions.

To help fight crimes, Egbetokun also revealed some of the newly operational assets acquired by the Force, including patrol vehicles, Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones), Gun trucks etc.

Two Vessels Successfully Discharged 4,370 Vehicles At Tin Can Port Amid Tugboat Incident

Two Roll on Roll off (Roro) vessels carrying a total of 4,370 vehicles successfully berthed and discharged their contents at the Five Star Logistics Terminal last week despite the recent tugboat incident at the Tin Can Island Port in Lagos.

The Customer Care Manager of the terminal, Mr Chuks Okereafor made this known in a press statement this week to refute reports linking the cause of the incident to the terminal.

According to Okereafor, a tugboat belonging to Medlog Nigeria Limited had on June 7th sank between berths 9 and 10 operated by the terminal while piloting a barge loaded with containers.

“Contrary to some reports in the media, the tugboat incident wasn’t caused by the terminal. We can confirm that in no way did the accident affect berthing and sailing of vessels.

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Publish date : 2024-06-23 11:00:00

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