Customs Resumes E-auction of Seized Goods Two Years After Suspension

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NSC) has said that it will now resume electronic auction exercise of seized goods suspended two years ago.
Public Relations Officer of NCS, Joseph Attah in a statement said those interested in the exercise should be armed with valid Tax Identification Number (TIN) as qualification to bid for goods they want.
Attah said the exercise would kick-off Monday noon to Wednesday 12noon.
According to the statement, “Following the re-engineering of the Nigeria Customs Service e-auction process, the electronic portal is now opened (live) for interested persons with valid Tax Identification Number (TIN) to log in and bid for items of their choice. The link is: app.trade.gov.ng/eauction.
“As usual, the bidding period for every week is 48 hours, beginning from Monday 12noon to Wednesday 12noon.
“Please note that the process is fully automated and requires no physical intervention of any kind to win.
“While you choose and make your bid along side other interested Nigerians, we wish you good luck.”
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