Nigeria Customs Launches e-Auction Platform

Oyewale Oyelola

The Nigeria Customs Service has launched e-auction portal to give more Nigerians opportunity to bid for confiscated goods approved for auctioning by court.

The Customs disclosed this in a statement issued on Monday by its Public Relations Officer, DC Joseph Attah.

DC Joseph Attah said only people with valid Tax Identification Number (TIN) can bid for auctioned goods.

Nigeria Customs Service

The Statement read: ”Following the re-engineering of the Nigeria Customs Service e-auction process, the electronic portal is now opened (live) for interested persons with valid Tax Identification Number (TIN) to log in and bid for items of their choice. The link is:

”As usual, the bidding period for every week is 48 hours, beginning from Monday 12noon to Wednesday 12noon.
”Please note that the process is fully automated and requires no physical intervention of any kind to win.
While you choose and make your bid along side other interested Nigerians, we wish you good luck.”

7 thoughts on “Nigeria Customs Launches e-Auction Platform

  1. Hope there will be transparency in the process. Congratulations to leadership of the NAS for this fit.

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