Nigerian Customs seize smuggled Brand New N89M Porsche

How will someone have money to buy this car but not to pay duty, and had to resort to smuggling?

The Ogun State Command of Nigeria Customs Service has intercepted three smuggled vehicles worth the sum of N89million in the state.

The state Comptroller, Sani Madugu, who briefed reporters in Abeokuta, disclosed that two vehicles fully loaded with 220 bags of rice worth N2,420,000, as well as 21 kegs of vegetable oil, were also seized by the command.

Madugu added that three suspects were arrested by Customs operatives in connection with smuggled 56 wraps of substance suspected to be Indian hemp.

According to him, the seizures were made within the last one week in Abeokuta and Imeko border area of the state.

The comptroller said the seized vehicles include a brand new Porsche convertible 911 Turbo (2017 model), Honda Accord 2012 model and Toyota Corolla 2007 model.

The duty paid value of the vehicles is N82,514,700; N4,050,000 and N2,700,000 respectively.