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Arab nations have condemned a plan by Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to annex part of the occupied West Bank.

On Tuesday Netanyahu pledged to apply Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and northern Dead Sea if he is returned to office following a general election next week.

Officials in Jordan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia sharply criticised the announcement.

The Arab League denounced “the dangerous development” as “aggression”.

Palestinian diplomat Saeb Erekat said such a move would be a “war crime” that would “bury any chance of peace”.

Israel has occupied the West Bank since 1967 but has stopped short of annexation.

Palestinians claim the whole of the area for a future independent state. Netanyahu previously insisted Israel would always retain a presence in the Jordan Valley for security purposes.

Netanyahu, who was campaigning for the election, unveiled the plan in a televised address.

He also said he would annex all Jewish settlements in the West Bank, but this would need to wait until the publication of US President Donald Trump’s long-awaited plan for a peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians, reports the BBC.

“There is one place where we can apply Israeli sovereignty immediately after the elections,” Netanyahu said about the Jordan Valley and northern Dead Sea. “If I receive from you, citizens of Israel, a clear mandate to do so.”

The prime minister leads the right-wing Likud party, which is currently neck and neck in the polls with the opposition centrist Blue and White political alliance.

A snap general election will be held next Tuesday, after Netanyahu earlier this year failed to successfully form a workable coalition government following another vote.

The BBC’s Middle East Correspondent, Tom Bateman, says the prime minister’s announcement is likely to help him shore up support on the political right.

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Kidnapped Mexican police chief found beheaded

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The beheaded body of a top law enforcement officer in Mexico was found Sunday — four days after he was kidnapped, tortured and killed by cartel gunmen in Cancun.

Investigators found the decapitated body of Jose Antonio Archi Yama, commander of the Quintana Roo State Police, wrapped in a gray and red sheet about 6 feet from the side of the road.

His head was in a black bag nearby.

The men from Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) allegedly took Yama on Tuesday, triggering a massive land and air manhunt for the missing inspector, Noticaribe reported.

Yama’s family reported him missing two days after he failed to come home from his job about an hour away, in Playa del Carmen. Crews spotted his vehicle Thursday night around 9:20 p.m.

In a video circulated across social media, Yama was last seen wearing a police uniform and holding a rifle. He claimed in a video posted to Facebook, which Fox News has not independently verified, that he had direct orders to go after the CJNG and allow a smaller cartel named “Los Rojos” to take over the region. Music played in the background.

The brutal murder was just the latest disturbing incident in an area that has seen a sharp rise in violence as cartels have fought for control.

Following Sunday’s grisly discovery, Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquín González tweeted that he condemned the killing and pledged to continue fighting organised crime, reports New York Post.

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Police have launched an investigation in South Korea, after a doctor performed an abortion by mistake.

On August 7, a pregnant patient with a 6-week-old fetus had gone to a clinic in district of Gangseo, in the country’s capital Seoul, according to the Gangseo police. At the clinic, a mix-up in medical charts and failure to check her identity led to the mistaken abortion.

The doctor and nurse in charge are under investigation and the case will soon be sent to the prosecutor’s office, police told CNN.

“The doctor and nurse have acknowledged their fault,” a police official said. They are now being accused of negligence resulting in bodily harm.

According to South Korean news agency Yonhap, the patient was supposed to receive a nutritional shot at the clinic. The nurse had allegedly injected her with anesthesia without confirming her identity, and the doctor had performed the abortion without checking her identity either, Yonhap reported. The patient had been unaware of the procedure.

The police announced the investigation on Monday, Yonhap said.

South Korea moved to legalize abortion in April this year, with the country’s constitutional court ruling that lawmakers must revise existing laws by December 31, 2020.

However, under existing laws, the practice remains illegal and is technically punishable by up to a year in prison. Exceptions are granted in cases where the parents have hereditary diseases, the pregnancy is due to rape or incest, or the fetus is threatening the life of the mother.

An estimated 50,000 abortions were carried out in South Korea last year, according to the country’s Health Ministry. Actual numbers may be much higher, since the criminalization of the practice distorted reporting of it.

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A’Ibom’s Peace, Prosperity from God – VP Osinbajo

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Akwa Ibom shall become greater and more fruitful as it grows older if the people shall continue to acknowledge God as the source of their blessing.

This was a prophetic declaration made by the Vice President, Prof. (Pastor) Yemi Osinbajo, during a sermon at an inter denominational service held at the prestigious Ibom Hall Grounds, IBB Way, Uyo to mark the 32nd anniversary of the State’s creation.

The service had as its theme: “For I Believe in God”, and the Vice President, who doubled as a cleric, preached on the topic: “As Your Day So Shall Your Strength Be”, taken from the Deutronomy 33: 25. He stated that God made a promise to Abraham about fruitfulness and it came to pass even when he and Sarah, his wife, doubted due to their advanced age, notwithstanding God made the promise to manifest.

He observed that Akwa Ibom State and its people have demonstrated their affection to God hence the peace and prosperity they are enjoying.

“Akwa Ibom shall continue to abound in prosperity and I urge the people to eschew sin and walk blameless to benefit from the covenant blessings.

“This is a clarion call on those who have derailed or have never had a second birth to surrender their lives to God and submit themselves to God for a renewal or new birth”, the man of God admonished.

In his remarks, Governor Udom Emmanuel, reaffirmed his abiding faith in God who has proved himself mighty in the affairs of Akwa Ibom.

The state chief executive acknowledged the prayers of the fathers of faith which accounts for the significant records of development witnessed in the state.

Governor Emmanuel described the theme of the anniversary: “For I Believe in God” as very apt, saying that Akwa Ibom is a state named after God as such the people have every reason to be grateful to God who from cradle brought the state to existence with abundant resources.

He said that he believes that God who started the journey shall bring to manifestation all the blessings pronounced by Men of God on the state and its people and thanked God for the grace upon the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo and his love for Akwa Ibom and prayed God to bless and sustain him as well as all the governors from Oyo, Imo, Abia and Enugu states, who came to show their solidarity with the state and for participating in the thanksgiving service.

In his goodwill message, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, who spoke on behalf of the governors present, expressed gratitude to God for the progress witnessed in Akwa Ibom and the godly leadership of Governor Emmanuel, who is running a Christ – centred governance.

Other items on the program were thanksgiving, rendition of praise and worship songs with the high point being when Governor Udom Emmanuel read the first Bible lesson from Deutronomy 33 : 25.

Meanwhile, an anniversary cake was cut to mark 32 years of state creation.

In a goodwill message, the state chairman of PDP, Obong Paul Ekpo, congratulated the Governor and people of the state on the Anniversary and noted with satisfaction the performance of PDP leaders in the state administration and urged the people to support the Completion Agenda of Governor Udom Emmanuel.

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Macron: Time for Iran to take steps to defuse tensions

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The path to reduce tensions in the region has become smaller and the moment has come for Iran to help defuse the crisis, France’s president told his Iranian counterpart on Monday, his office said in a statement.

Emmanuel Macron and Hassan Rouhani talked for more than 90 minutes shortly after Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel laid the blame for a September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities squarely on Iran.

“The president said that in the current situation, the path of de-escalation was narrow, but more necessary than ever, and that the time had come for Iran to take it,” Macron’s office said in the short statement, adding that it was urgent to start a discussion on a security agenda for the region.

Neither Macron nor Rouhani took questions after their meeting.

Iranian U.N. mission spokesman Alireza Miryousefi posted on Twitter: “Two sides discussed ways to save the #IranDeal, bilateral relations, and President Rouhani’s new initiative for the region: ‘HOPE.’”

Macron is scheduled to hold talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday to discuss Iran, reports Reuters.

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The path to reduce tensions in the region has become smaller and the moment has come for Iran to help defuse the crisis, France’s president told his Iranian counterpart on Monday, his office said in a statement.

Emmanuel Macron and Hassan Rouhani talked for more than 90 minutes shortly after Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel laid the blame for a September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities squarely on Iran.

“The president said that in the current situation, the path of de-escalation was narrow, but more necessary than ever, and that the time had come for Iran to take it,” Macron’s office said in the short statement, adding that it was urgent to start a discussion on a security agenda for the region.

Neither Macron nor Rouhani took questions after their meeting.

Iranian U.N. mission spokesman Alireza Miryousefi posted on Twitter: “Two sides discussed ways to save the #IranDeal, bilateral relations, and President Rouhani’s new initiative for the region: ‘HOPE.’”

Macron is scheduled to hold talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday to discuss Iran, reports Reuters.

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Macron: Time for Iran to take steps to defuse tensions

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The path to reduce tensions in the region has become smaller and the moment has come for Iran to help defuse the crisis, France’s president told his Iranian counterpart on Monday, his office said in a statement.

Emmanuel Macron and Hassan Rouhani talked for more than 90 minutes shortly after Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel laid the blame for a September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities squarely on Iran.

“The president said that in the current situation, the path of de-escalation was narrow, but more necessary than ever, and that the time had come for Iran to take it,” Macron’s office said in the short statement, adding that it was urgent to start a discussion on a security agenda for the region.

Neither Macron nor Rouhani took questions after their meeting.

Iranian U.N. mission spokesman Alireza Miryousefi posted on Twitter: “Two sides discussed ways to save the #IranDeal, bilateral relations, and President Rouhani’s new initiative for the region: ‘HOPE.’”

Macron is scheduled to hold talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday to discuss Iran, reports Reuters.

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Buhari to address UNGA today

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President Buhari Muhammadu Buhari will, today, address world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly on the progress being made by Nigeria in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The President departed Abuja for New York, United States of America on Sunday to participate at the 74th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President, Femi Adesina had, in a statement, explained that Buhari, during the event, would underscore his administration’s commitment to building on the achievements of its three-point agenda following the renewal of his electoral mandate by majority of Nigerians.

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, in an exclusive interview, shortly before his departure, told New Telegraph that few issues, including the current insecurity challenge in parts of the country and the level of the implementation of the SDGs, would feature in the President’s presentation to the world leaders.

He said: “There are many things that Nigeria hopes to get from the United Nations. Peace and security is one of them, illicit financial flows is another one of our priorities; implementing our Sustainable Development Goals agenda is one of them, especially the Lake Chad area and also the climate change issue is another area that we are focusing on, ” he noted.

Onyeama continued: “The theme is of course, inclusiveness, poverty alleviation and education. Those are also areas that we will be pushing and meeting with different actors in New York during the General Assembly to achieve all our objectives.”

The presidency has, however, confirmed that during the event, President Buhari will also reaffirm Nigeria’s position on salient global issues.

These include: SDGs’ Integration – Bridging the policy planning – Budget gap for the achievement of SDGs, organized by the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals; promotion of international cooperation to combat illicit financial flows and strengthen good practices on assets recovery and return to foster sustainable development, organized by the Office of the National Coordinator/CEO.

Others are: African Union Development Agency-New Partnership for Africa’s Development/African Peer Review Mechanism (AUDA-NEPAD/APRM) in collaboration with the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and other anti-corruption bodies.

President Buhari will also hold bilateral meetings with other world leaders, as well as chief executive officers of large companies with interests in investing in Nigeria.

President Buhari is accompanied to the UN meeting by the Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule; Kebbi State governor, Atiku Bagudu; and Osun State governor, Gboyega Oyetola.

Others members of his delegation are the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama; Minister of Environment, Muhammad Mahmoud; Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed; Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire; Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sa’adiya Farouk; Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu; and Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu.

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How retiring NASS’ civil servants fleece FG

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  • It’s speculative, says Assembly’s Information Director

Retiring top civil servants at the National Assembly have been accused of duping the Federal Government of millions of naira through some last minute office furniture contracts.

The special purpose contracts are designed as in-house deals meant to deliver the furniture procured for the office to the home of the retiring staff.

New Telegraph investigations at the weekend, revealed how retiring management staff of the National Assembly used to scheme to cart away office property at their time of retirement.

However, the Director of Information, National Assembly, Comrade Rawlings Agada, has denied knowledge of the deals, describing the allegation as speculative.

He said that he was not aware that such a thing was happening in the legislative institution.

But an aggrieved senior staff of the National Assembly, who spoke to our correspondent on condition of anonymity, for fear of   victimization, said the corrupt furniture contracts were real and have become a tradition which must be exposed along with other corrupt tendencies of the management staff of the parliament.

The source, who said that he was sick of the quantum of corruption going on unchecked at the National Assembly, said that senior staff, who were due for retirement, usually applied for refurnishing of their offices, two to three months before their retirement dates.

The source hinted that such requests were usually granted and the offices in question fully furnished with property worth millions of naira, when their occupants were already on their way out of service.

He further said that officers, whose offices had been furnished would, again, ask the management to allow them take away these new furniture as their own property, as that was their original motive for   refurnishing the office in the first place.

The source also noted that such requests were usually granted by the management and the retiring officers would “sweep” the offices, carting away every single item in those offices for their personal use, when they proceed on their terminal leave.

New Telegraph learnt that items usually taken away by the retiring staff include complete sets of office furniture, computers, photocopiers, printers, television sets, refrigerators, water dispensers, sound systems, electric kettles and rugs, among others.

The source said that immediately after the retirees had packed all the items, fresh requests would be made from the relevant units or departments for the affected offices to be furnished again.

According to the source, when other concerned persons raise questions as to what happened to the items recently procured to equip those offices, no answers would be given, and yet the supplies would be made to refurnish the offices.

It was, however, further learnt that this fraudulent practice was not a new development as the scam was said to have become an entrenched tradition in the National Assembly over the years.

The source stressed that the civil servants working at the National Assembly were worse than the senators and the members of the House of Representatives in terms of corruption.

He further asserted that the lawmakers could never succeed in perpetrating any fraudulent transaction or activity without connivance with the civil servants, particularly those at the management cadre.

He said: “Corruption in the National Assembly  starts from us, the civil servants. We are worse than politicians when it comes to corruption.

“Mark my word, politicians can never succeed in carrying out any act of corruption without the connivance of the civil servants.

“One of the corrupt practices happening in this National Assembly is that, when a management staff wants to retire, he or she will ask for refurnishing of his or her office, with millions of naira.

“The way they do it is that this request usually comes two to three months to the retirement date of the person. Then, when the retirement is due, the person will request that he or she should be allowed to pack the newly supplied items as a way of assisting him or her for retiring from service.

“This request is usually granted by the management and the person will sweep; I mean, ransack if you like, and then thoroughly sweep the office, and pack all those newly purchased items to his or her home, and start using them as personal property.

“Then, there will be a fresh request for refurnishing of the same office for the new person, who will replace the one that retired.

“When someone asks, “was it not just two months or three months ago that the office was furnished?” nobody will answer that question, and yet orders will be placed and supplies will be made for new items.

“People don’t even know the level of corruption that is going on here. If they open your eyes to the kind of corruption that goes on in the National Assembly, especially at the management level, you will weep for this country.”

The source, who was highly embittered by the rot in the federal parliament, revealed that those responsible for this high level fraud usually engaged their cronies to execute the contracts, while they collect their negotiated percentage without people noticing or suspecting their involvement in the scam.

Confirming this allegation, another senior staff of the National Assembly, who also spoke to our correspondent on condition of anonymity, said that the information was true but lamented that nobody would punish anybody since the fraud was happening at the topmost echelon of the bureaucratic ladder.

“It is true. Though I am not a management staff, I know that it has been happening over the years and there is nothing you can do about it because those who are supposed to take punitive action against the culprits are actually the culprits themselves or indirect beneficiaries of the fraud”, the source said.

When contacted by our correspondent, the Director of Information, Comrade Rawlings Agada, urged the public to discountenance the issue as a mere speculation, saying that he was not aware of the practice.

He, however, observed that certain privileges were attached to certain offices to appreciate and encourage officers, who have meritoriously served the nation in various capacities.

According to him, if certain privileges were extended to staff of the National Assembly bureaucracy, it should not be seen as a fraud.

“The information you are seeking to clarify is purely speculative. I am a director and about to retire very soon, but I am not aware that such a thing is being done. So, like I said, it is speculative.

“But there are certain privileges that are attached to certain offices which are purely internal issues. Some of these things are done to appreciate officers who have served meritoriously as an encouragement to them and even to those who are still in service.

“My appeal to the media is that we should focus on discussions that will help us to move the country forward. There are many issues that we can engage in, in order to move the entire system forward rather than discussing such issues that can better be described as petty talks,” he appealed.

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FG requires $3trn to close infrastructure gap -Ahmed

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The Nigerian government would have to commit about $3 trillion into   infrastructural investment for the next 30 years to close the infrastructure gap, according to the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed.

She said that only by such quantum of investment, would Nigeria be able to match the pace of her rapidly growing population, and increase the current infrastructure stock from 30 per cent of the GDP to at least 70 per cent by the year 2043.

Speaking yesterday in Abuja at a one-day workshop on Maximizing Finance for Development (MFD) of Infrastructure in Nigeria organised by the World Bank Group, Ahmed added that, “it is estimated that $3 trillion infrastructure investment would be needed for the next 30 years, and provides the framework that will guide interventions, investments, as well as budgetary allocations to the sector for the period”.

“Nigeria requires an estimated sum of $3 trillion to bridge its infrastructure gap over a 30-year period. This amount to roughly $100 billion per year, with a total federal budget of less than $30 billion for 2019 and the dependency of Nigeria’s income on oil revenue with unpredictable global price fluctuation, Nigeria no doubt, lacks the fiscal space to self-finance the required infrastructure investment”, she stated.

Ahmed said that despite all the comparative advantages in natural and human resources, Nigeria’s ability to fully actualise its economic growth potential is repressed by the country’s huge infrastructure gap, recalling that it was in an effort to address the  issue that the Nigeria’s National Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan (NIIMP) was approved in 2014 as a policy document which was designed to provide the roadmap for building a world class infrastructure that would guarantee sustainable economic growth and development.

Giving an overview of Nigeria’s infrastructure gap, the Honourable Minister said that Nigeria’s core infrastructure stock is currently estimated at 30 per cent of the GDP which falls far short of the international benchmark of 70 per cent. The effect of weak infrastructure, she noted, is most striking in the energy and transportation sector. The two sectors, according to her, are key to national and economic development due to their multiplier effect across all sectors of the economy.

“Nigeria has an average electricity consumption per inhabitant of 150kwh (kilowatt/hour) as against over 3000kwh world average (WBG). The current power generation of less than 10GW (Gigawatt) is less than half of the projected 20GW of generation capacity by 2018 which is expected to be increased to 350GW by 2043. To achieve this target, an excess of 10GW of generation capacity is expected to be added every year for the 30 years’ period of NIIMP (2014-2043)”.

On road network, she said Nigeria is ahead of the West African average, but behind the international and the Britain, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) benchmarks.

“Looking at the individual sectors, the largest investment needs are in energy and transport, which represent more than 50 per cent of the required infrastructure investment”, she said further.

Considering the financing plan with the infrastructure gap in mind, the Minister stated that the investment is planned to be financed through both public and private sector participation.

“The private sector is expected to cater for about 48 per cent of the investments which will account for assets that are fully owned and financed by the private sector itself. The remaining 52 per cent of the required investment is expected to be financed from a combination of public and private sector for the first phase of the implementation. The private sector is expected to play a key role in providing critical infrastructure, either directly through privatization or in collaboration with the government under public private partnership (PPP) arrangements,” she said.

She identified four primary financing options which include,  governments’ budgets; public debt; other public sources (e.g. Sovereign Wealth Fund, Public Pension Fund); and PPPs, available for financing the investments.

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Border closure: 500 trucks trapped at Seme –Freight Forwarders

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  • Customs warns comptrollers against  sharp practices at ports, borders

 

More than 500 trucks laden with perishable goods are currently stranded at Seme since last one month.

The trucks were denied entry following the joint-border security exercise, code-named ‘Ex-Swift Response’, which led to the partial closure of the country’s borders.

The security exercise, which commenced on August 19, 2019 is being jointly conducted by the customs, immigration, police and military personnel and coordinated by the Office of the National Security Adviser to checkmate banditry, smuggling of illegal arms and ammunition, unwholesome drugs, foodstuffs and the cross-border movement of undocumented, illegal persons into the country.

The   Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANCLA) said yesterday that some of the importers of the goods who had paid their duties to the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) had incurred losses.

According to Seme Border Chapter Chairman of association, Mr. Bisiriyu Fanu, the stranded goods belonged to genuine importers.

He said in Seme that the trucks were parked at the border with the perishable goods.

Fanu lamented that the importers were expected to take delivery of the goods through the border when the trucks got stuck by the government policy.

The chairman explained that the partial border closure had impacted negatively on the country’s economy.

Fanu said: “The impact of the closure is enormous. If you go to some markets in Lagos like Balogun, Idumagbo, Idumota and Oyingbo, people from neighbouring countries, who always patronize them, are no more coming. Everything as at now is at stand still even in Lagos markets.”

He called on the Federal Government to take physical examination of the trucks at the border post and allow them into the country.

Fanu said that genuine traders that had their goods at the border post for 34 days were suffering.

He appealed to the government to free the trucks to enable importers take delivery of their goods.

Fanu said: “We are begging the government to release the trailers so that the people that borrowed money from banks will be able to pay back the loan and still remain in business.”

Meanwhile, Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Col Hameed Ali, has warned area commands over undervaluation of cargoes at port and borders.

He noted that some officers were engaging in undervaluation of high duty cargoes in order to evade duty payment.

As at the time of filing this report, the Public Relations Officer of the service failed to respond to a message sent to find out why the goods were not released at the border.

In a circular issued by the Customs headquarters on 4th September, signed by the Deputy Comptroller General, Tariff and Trade, Isa Talatu, the service said it had uncovered misapplication and undervaluation of high duty cargoes for the purpose of duty evasion in most of the area commands.

Apparently disturbed by the trend, Alli, through the DCG Tariff and Trade, in the circular titled “T&T/2019 circular No 10. Re: Misapplication and Undervaluation of Cargoes” warned that any officer caught in the act would be severely dealt with.

It reads:  “I am directed to refer to the above subject matter. Intelligence had confirmed the misapplication of classification and under valuation of high duty cargoes for the purpose of duty and levy evasion in most Area Commands.

“This act has the potential of impeding negatively on revenue generating efforts of the Service.

“In consequence, all CACs are requested to intensify and ensure 100 per cent inspection of imports. Any officer found complicit or working at cross purpose would be sanctioned in accordance with the appropriate sections of the Public Service Regulations (PSR).”

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