Customs resumes e-auction

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The Nigeria Customs Service(NCS) has resumed electronic auctioning of seized cars and other goods that have stayed for long.

The Customs National Public Relations Officer, Abdullahi Maiwada, said the e-auction platform was unveiled on Jan.16 to ensure transparent disposal of seized and overtime goods.

On the auctioning process, Maiwada said bidders ought to download their winning certificates through the provided link in the confirmation email.

He said “Since its re-launch, the platform has recorded impressive results, including 1137 bids; 1099 registered applicants; 652 successfully paid administration fee; 100 vehicles uploaded on the window and 86 vehicles bided and won.aa

“For comprehensive details and guidelines on the e-auction process, interested participants are encouraged to visit the NCS website.

“People are also expected to direct any concerns or complaints can be directed to the NCS Helpdesk, which is operational from Mondays to Fridays during work hours.

“While we acknowledge occasional glitches reported by participants, potentially attributed to high traffic, our dedicated technical team is actively addressing the situation.”

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He assured the public that initial issues would be swiftly resolved to ensure seamless experience in subsequent exercises.


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