The authority in charge of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) of the Nigeria Customs Service, on Wednesday, said it generated N7.02 billion in revenue in the last 100 days compared to N6.8 billion it recorded in the same period last year, which represents a 3.24 per cent increase.
Speaking on the revenue profile, the Customs Area Controller, Comptroller Mohammed Malami Gidado, said November 2022 was another productive month in the annals of Murtala Muhammed International Airport command.
He revealed that N1.96 billion was the revenue the command collected in November 2022.
Gidado said the command recorded a significant increase of N350.64 million in revenue collected as compared to what it collected in October 2022.
Gidado, however, urged sister agencies at the MMIA to collaborate with the Nigeria Customs Service to ensure the blockage of all possible avenues leakages
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