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Ethiopian Customs to seize undeclared currencies above $3,000 from travellers

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The Ethiopian Customs and Revenue Authority as of late ventured up its moves to initiate the seizure of outside monetary standards and resources more than 3,000 dollars.

Mr. Friday Akpan, Acting Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed this in an announcement made accessible to reporters in Abuja.

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Akpan said that the standard on the relinquishment of undeclared resources applies to all travelers going to Ethiopia or traveling, including the arraignment of wrongdoers of tax evasion following Ethiopian Laws.

He said that the Ministry, along these lines, asked all planned Nigerian explorers to please observe this advancement and hold fast carefully to keep away from undue humiliation at their airplane terminal.

Akpan said that the Embassy of Nigeria in Addis Ababa was connecting with the Ethiopian specialists to verify the arrival of undeclared monies seized from Nigerians.

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In January, the Embassy and Permanent Mission of Nigeria in Ethiopia had before educated Nigerian voyagers on the seizure plans of overabundance monetary forms by the Ethiopian Authorities.

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The data earlier was gone for shielding Nigerian voyagers from having their monies and resources seized by the Ethiopian specialists.