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Nigeria Customs Move To Ban Okrika Clothes Importation

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Nigeria Customs Move To Ban Okrika Clothes Importation

Nigeria Customs Service has announced its plan to place a ban on the sales of Okrika clothes in Nigeria.

Speaking during a recent interview, a spokesman for the Customs Service noted that the sales of Okrika clothes was injurious to the nation.

In his words “Okrika clothes is injurious to the health of the nation. That is why government deem it fit that it should be banned.

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“One should be curious. Nobody knows how and who used these clothings. And most importantly smugglers desirous to turn Nigeria into a dumping ground. We should not accept it.

“We are a country well blessed with human and natural resources. Why will someone go and bring used products?”

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Reacting to the video, tonia.gram_ said: “Let the poor breaffff. Don’t suffocate us 😭😭😭.”

Babajideedges stated: “I’m sure the same person who raised the fuss about my beloved ponmo is behind this. Don’t worry guys, they failed with ponmo, they will fail with this also.

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Insensitive bunch that are paying 30k minimum wage but are here forming National Classism. Asan Oniranu.
Abuse of priority!”

Brandy_ish commented: “These people are so disconnected from the true plights of the people. This is how the really poor are able to afford clothing.

“Like how are we so blessed with clueless people at the top? Until they deepen the gap between the rich and the poor, they can’t rest. God abeg save this country cos I don’t even understand anymore.”

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication

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