Friday advised the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) that the Pre-Arrival Assessment Report (PAAR) should not be seen as an advisory document.
not be misrepresented as an advisory document.
issued by customs.
query in PAAR should be on quantity or wrong declaration,’’ Njemanze said.
erstwhile handled by the three Destination Inspection Service providers.
able to adjust to the demand.
declared is what it contains.
query is acceptable.
not satisfied, they shouldn’t have issued PAAR,” Njemanze said.
document was mainly queried due to contradictions in declarations.
to query if physical examination showed otherwise.
and what is in the container; won’t that PAAR be queried?
clear it and give them the penalty to pay.
queried,’’ Edike said.