Check out the Full List of Agric Products and others that Remain Banned from Being Imported

Check out the Full List of Agric Products and others that Remain Banned from Being Imported

 

The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Hajiya Zainab Ahmed disclosed the reopening of the four borders after the 28th virtual Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the Council Chamber of State House, Abuja.

The minister said that the remaining ones will be reopened on or before Thursday, December 31 and noted that the ban on importation of rice, poultry, among others remained enforced despite the reopening.

26 items that remain banned from being imported into Nigeria, according to Nigeria Customs Service, these are;

Rice, Live or dead birds like frozen poultry; Pork and beef, Bird’s eggs, excluding hatching eggs, Refined vegetable oils and fats (includes mayonnaise), Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, Spaghetti/noodles, Cocoa Butter, Powder and Cakes, Fruit juice in retail packs, Waters, including mineral waters and aerated waters, but excluding energy or health drinks and beer and stout.

ALSO READ: Check out what Lagos State is doing to live birds market now

Also included are; Bagged cement, Medicaments such as paracetamol tablets and syrups, Cotrimoxazole, Metronidazole, Chloroquine, etc., Mineral or chemical fertilisers containing two or three of the fertilising elements nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, excluding organic fertilizer, Soaps and detergents, Mosquito repellant coils, Rethreaded and used tyres but excluding used trucks tyres for rethreading of sized 11.00 x 20, Corrugated paper and paper boards, excluding baby diapers and incontinence pads for adult use and exercise books,

Others are; Telephone recharge cards and vouchers, Carpets and other textile floor coverings, All types of footwear, bags and suitcases, excluding safety shoes used in oil industries, sports shoes, canvas shoes, Hollow glass bottles of a capacity exceeding 150mls of all kinds used for packaging of beverages by breweries and other beverage and drink companies, Used compressors, used air conditioners, used fridges/freezers, Used motor vehicles above fifteen (15) years from the year of manufacture, Ball point pens and parts including refills, Tomato paste or concentrate put up for retail sale, Waste pharmaceuticals

OLADIMEJI OGUNTOYINBO

Get in Touch

  1. Please sir can I meet you one one one sir I love farming and really want to go into pigry,fishery and snailry I need you to mentor me and I am.planning like 20 acres to start all except I see a contrary advice from.expart
    Regard

  2. Hello sir. Concerning fishery or fish farming . I can give you comprehensive training on that sir some crops farming. But I too need financial support on my fish farming operation.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles

Get in Touch

4,399FansLike
123FollowersFollow

Latest Posts

See the message of Sultan of Sokoto to all Fulani herdsmen, Muslims and bandits

See the message of Sultan of Sokoto to all Fulani herdsmen, Muslims and bandits The Sultan of Sokoto and President General, Nigerian Supreme Council of...

See how PAN LAGOS, OGUN and OYO are sharing the CBN MAIZE ALLOCATION

See how PAN LAGOS, OGUN and OYO are sharing the CBN MAIZE ALLOCATION PAN OYO ALLOTMENT OF CBN MAIZE TO PAN OYO MEMBERS. Distinguished PANOY members, With...

See the letter from CAC disclaiming scam on Companies, Business names and Incorporated trustees

See the letter from CAC disclaiming scam on Companies, Business names and Incorporated trustees Source: CAC official tweeter account READ ALSO: Open letter to all farmers

See What Ogun Is Planning To Do About Open Grazing In The State

See What Ogun Is Planning To Do About Open Grazing In The State Speaker of Ogun State House of Assembly, Olakunle Oluomo, says plans are...

How To Use Your Cellphone To Make More Money In Farming

How To Use Your Cellphone To Make More Money In Farming Dear Farmers and other farming people, how much are you leveraging the internet for...