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URA Raises Red Flag on Smuggling at Elegu

21 Nov 2020 · Ivan Kakaire, the URA Regional Manager in charge of customs in Elegu says that the commonly smuggled goods across the porous border include fuel, powdered milk, sugar and rice among others.

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Ivan Kakaire, the URA Regional Manager in charge of customs in Elegu says that the commonly smuggled goods across the porous border include fuel, powdered milk, sugar and rice among others.
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