TVC E. The Nigeria Custom Service has seized a 20ft container of ready-to-eat Nigerian food imported from India at Tin Can Island Port, Lagos.

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The Customs Area Controller, of Tin Can Island Port, Comptroller Bashar Yusuf, handed over a container found to contain 1,395 cartons of ready-to-eat food such as Yam Porridge, Beans Porridge, Egusi Soup etc, to Mr. Udo Ekpo, a Deputy Director of NAFDAC on Monday, November 28th.

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Addressing stakeholders at the premises of SDV/SCOA where he handed over the container, the Controller described the scenario as an aberration, wondering why an indigenous menu would be imported into the country at a time when investors are much sought for to boast local Industries.

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Speaking further, he charged investors to look at the export potentials which abound in the country and take advantage of same for their Socio-Economic benefits.