According to him, the Free on Board (FOB) value for the exported items equally moved from $132.760 million to $340.885 millions within the period under review.
He pointed out that the naira equivalent of the exported items was estimated at N104.310 billion at 306 per US dollar, adding that the exported items include bars, agricultural and mineral products among others.
He revealed that the command between the months of January to December, 2020 collected N518.046 billion revenue and remitted to the federation and non-federation accounts of the Federal Government respectively.
In contrast, he said it shows that the revenue profile of the command has significantly increased by N94.379 billion from the N423.6 billion that was collected in the year 2019, which indicates an increased collection of 22.3 per cent.
On anti-smuggling, he added: “In line with the provision of extant circulars; trade and enforcement of government fiscal policy measures, the command was able to further strengthened its anti-smuggling operations against economic saboteurs, through credible intelligence driven operations and continuous partnership with other relevant agencies for effective port management to stem their illegitimate activities.”