Smuggling booms at Seme border 18 months after reopening

Eighteen months after the Federal Government announced the reopening of the Seme border following a 14-month closure, smuggling is once more thriving there, Saturday PUNCH has learnt. When the Federal Government announced the closure of the Seme border in August 2019, the intention was to curb the smuggling of goods and weapons. A tour of…

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