The Apapa Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has revealed that it earned N213bn worth of revenue between January to March 2023.
Auwal Mohammed, the Customs Area Controller in charge of the command who revealed this while addressing journalists at the command on Tuesday noted that the service intercepted 144m tablets of tramadol worth N22bn en route to Nigeria from India in March.
He said the tablets which were 225mg each weighing 10.3 tonnes, were concealed in two 40feet containers.
He said the command within the period under review also processed agricultural products like sesame seeds, ginger, hibiscus, mineral resources, steel ingot and others for export.
The Apapa Customs boss said that the exported products had a total tonnage of 110, 448metric tons in the first quarter of 2023.