Not less than N4.9 billion worth of goods were exported out of the country through Nigeria’s premier border, Seme in the first six months of the year.
Some of the goods exported during the period include plastics, furniture, fruit drinks in retail packs, mattress, beer, and slippers.
The Free on Board (FOB) value of the goods exported is N4.9 billion while the total amount due for the Nigeria Export Supervision Scheme (NESS) is N24. 5 million.
These were disclosed by the Nigeria Customs Area Controller, Seme Border Command, Willy Egbudin, in his mid-year report.