Border might remain closed even after January 31, 2020

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Border might remain closed even after January 31

The Nigeria Customs Service has said January 31, 2020 contained in a leaked memo is not terminal date for the border closure.

The Public Relations Officer, NCS, Mr Joseph Attah, confirmed the development in a telephone interview with Punch.

Attah said January 31, 2020 was only the end of the first phase of the operation, not the terminal date for the entire border closure.

He said the borders would remain closed indefinitely until the objectives of the government for the operation had been fully achieved.

He said, “This is not the terminal date; it’s just for this phase. You know operations of this type are in phases. January 31, 2020 is the end of this phase. The exercise will continue until the set objectives are achieved.”

Attah added that security officers on the field would be notified of further development about the second phase of the border closure  before January 31.

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