Nigeria Law Against Importation of Second Hand Cloths?

Thanks for the answers provided I very much appreciate but I had wanted to know if there is a legislation against the importation and sales of second hand cloths. Does police and customs still conduct stop and search on vehicles that carry goods on the highways.

Thank you,


New Member Asked on February 19, 2018 in Clothing.
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Customs conduct search at various boarder. But since second hand cloths are being imported from advanced countries, Its going to be shipped to Lagos.

For instance, if you order for bales of Okrika from Alibaba, they will ship it to Lagos where you will go and pick your products.

No police will arrest you for transporting your used cloths from one place to another. They will arrest you if any illegal items are discovered, but since its used cloths only, you have no problem.

Expert Consultant Answered on February 19, 2018.
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Good day everyone, I read all questions and replies, i am Tony based in Canada, i was wondering if starting this business will bring money because i want to start shipping it to Nigeria, but anybody that wants a bale will have to contact me first then i buy it and put inside a car, when it gets to Lagos, you pay and collect your goods, but will like to know how many people is interested, is not scam but real, if interested pls let me know

New Member Answered on June 5, 2018.
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Any pay on delivery or pick up is ok by me. But I like to do specific orders. If anyone is interested in this contact me, 08034295268.

Anyone interested in sharing bales can join us on whatsApp too. We buy and share.

New Member Answered on June 20, 2018.
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You should make sure you see face to face and establish trust before sending money to anyone you get their numbers from here.

Expert Consultant Answered on June 22, 2018.
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