CBN Announces the Introduction of the Nigeria Customs Service Electronic Auction (eAUCTION) Platform


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CBN Announces the Introduction of the Nigeria Customs Service Electronic Auction (eAUCTION) Platform

Tuesday, July 25,  2017 3:15PM/CBN

This is to inform all Authorized Dealers and the General Public that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has deployed and electronic auction platform tagged “NCS eAuction”. The objective of the platform is to improve the efficiency; transparency and revenue generations to government on seized and overtime/abandoned cargoes.

In view of this development, all Authorized Dealers are required to integrate with the NCS eAuction platform for the recharging of eWallet and subsequent payment of the required fees for winning bids.




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