Guide to Sending Parcels to Nigeria

Sitting strategically on Africa's west coast, Nigeria is a major player of that large and diverse continent.
Nigeria can boast some remarkable facts. It has Africa's:

  • Largest population (206 million and growing);
  • Biggest economy (27th in the world)
  • Most productive oil industry (providing about 10% of the United States' oil imports).

Nigeria's population is skewed towards the youth - 127 million below the age of 25, and they readily use the internet for deals and discounts. With English as the country's official language, this booming population is open for business.

Information for this page was taken from Nigerian Government and Nigerian Customs Services websites.

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Easy Tracking Information

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Full tracking information for parcels to Nigeria is available with Secureship
Tracking #:780123123123
Tel: 1-800-463-3339
Signed By: Pikwalia @ Residence
Aug 6, 2020
8:49 am
Anambra, AN, NI
Delivered
Aug 5, 2020
7:18 am
Akwa Ibom, AK, NI
In transit
Aug 4, 2020
9:03 pm
Adamawa, AD, NI
International Clearance
Aug 4, 2020
8:14 am
Abia, Ab, NI
In transit
Aug 4, 2020
12:17 am
Toronto, ON, CA
In transit
Aug 3, 2020
4:30 pm
Ottawa, ON, CA
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Disclaimer!

While we have made every effort to ensure that the information on this page is accurate, Customs laws and procedures change regularly so it is important to consult a licensed broker in Nigeria before shipping any goods.

Types of Shipments

Not all types of shipments are created equal. Shipping a television will require different paperwork, duties, and taxes than shipping an accounting statement, for example.
Shipping Documents Only Image to Nigeria

Documents Only

  • Advertising literature
  • Annual reports
  • Bids and proposals
  • Business cards and blank forms
  • Cash letters, cheques and credit cards
  • Charts and drawings
  • Diplomas
  • Envelopes (blank), stamps, and postage
  • Examination papers
  • Gift cards
  • Greeting cards and invitations
  • Labels
  • Manuscripts and technical manuals
  • Maps
  • Negotiable bonds and drafts
  • Passports
  • Photographs
  • Price lists
  • Sepia drawings
  • Specifications sheets
  • Traveller's cheques
  • Visa applications

Certain categories of documents have restrictions as shown in the table below.

Document Type Restriction
Airline Tickets Validated only
Brochures Maximum of 3 kg
Calendars Maximum of 10 kg
Catalogues Maximum of 3 kg
Intercompany mail Has no commercial value and is being shipped for no commercial purpose
Magazines Maximum of 3 kg; magazines for sale require an invoice
Newsletters (company) Maximum of 3 kg
Newspapers Maximum of 3 kg
Pamphlets Maximum of 3 kg
Periodicals Maximum of 3 kg
Publications Maximum of 3 kg

Sources:
https://www.ups.com/ga/CountryRegs?loc=en_RU

Shipping Gifts to Nigeria

Shipping Gifts

All gift shipments to Nigeria from Canada will incur duty charges. There are no exemptions.

NOTE: Parcels with miscellaneous gift items shipped to welfare institutions, such as mission hospitals, will be assessed on their declared value plus shipping cost. However, customs officers will be suspicious of shipments that appear to be under-declared.

Shipments from Individual-to-Individual

There are no duty exemptions for gifts shipped to an individual in Nigeria.

Shipments from Business-to-Business

A parcel from a business in Canada to one in Nigeria cannot be declared a gift. The shipment will incur duties and taxes; this includes a parcel sent to an individual care of a business, regardless of the value of the gift.

Shipments from Business-to-Individual

A Canadian business cannot send a gift to an individual in Nigeria without duties and taxes being charged.


Gift Checklist
  • A commercial invoice must be included with your shipment
  • The words 'Gift Shipment' or 'Unsolicited Gift' are included on the commercial invoice, even if the shipment is sent at Christmas time (see sample)
  • List the items in the parcel and write the value of each
  • Sending more than one gift in the parcel? Wrap and tag each one individually.

Sample Commercial Invoice for Gifts

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Personal Shipment / Gift Shipment

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Gift Shipment: LEGO Star Wars Rebel UWing Fighter, 659 piece set

CA $79.99
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Gifts
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $79.99
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge


Multiple Gifts in One Shipment

Wrap and tag each gift individually.

Sample Commercial Invoice for Gifts

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Unsolicited Gift: Consolidated Gift Package

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Gift - Roger: LEGO Star Wars Rebel UWing Fighter, 659 piece set

CA $39.99
1 Each Gift - Erica: Handwoven French Canadian Catalogne Blanket

CA $49.99
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Gifts
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $89.98
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge

Sources:
https://www.ups.com/ga/CountryRegs?loc=en_RU
http://www.wcoomd.org/-/media/wco/public/global/pdf/topics/facilitation/activities-and-programmes/ecommerce/case-study/nigeria_case-study-on-cross_border-ecommerce.pdf?db=web


Shipping personal effects/belongings to Nigeria

Shipping Personal Effects

Personal and household effects may be shipped to Nigeria from Canada duty free if the conditions below are followed.

  • The value of new and unused items is NGN 50,000 (about $180 CDN) or less (with the exception of jewellery and other luxury goods, photographic equipment, and electronics)
  • The owner of the goods arrives in Nigeria within 2 months of the arrival of the shipment
  • If the owner is a Nigerian citizen, then he or she must have been a resident of Canada for a minimum of 9 months

Moving Temporarily

A reasonable number of items are allowed into Nigeria for a temporary move from Canada. Typical items include:

  • Clothing and footwear
  • Children's strollers, bicycles, and tricycles
  • Linen for tables, beds, and bathrooms
  • Kitchen cookware, utensils, and cutlery
  • Furniture and household appliances
  • Tools and instruments relevant to the trade or profession of the shipper's occupation

Also allowed in a shipment are the following consumables:

  • Spirits (1 L)
  • Wine (1 L)
  • Tobacco and tobacco products (200 g)

Moving Permanently

If you are a Nigerian national returning to live in Nigeria, you may qualify for a duty and tax free Personal Unaccompanied Baggage Declaration (PUBD) for your personal effects.

You must abide by the following terms:

  • You have lived outside of Nigeria uninterrupted for the last 9 months
  • Your shipment will arrive in Nigeria within 3 months of your arrival
  • All the goods in the shipment have been used for 6 months or more; if not, customs may declare them as dutiable luxury items

NOTE: New furniture may not be shipped to Nigeria as part of personal effects.


Personal Effects Checklist
  • Commercial invoice must clearly indicate "Personal Effects" on the Commercial Invoice (see sample)
  • A detailed description of each item is provided
  • Any above listed items

Sources:
https://web2.customs.gov.ng/?page_id=3073
https://www.santaferelo.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/M_Svcs_Customsregulation_Nigeria.pdf

Sample Commercial Invoice for Personal Effects

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Personal effects being delivered to my new address.

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
5 Pairs Personal Effects: 5 pairs of various types of shoes

IN $40.00
1 Each Personal Effects: Arc'terix Winter Jacket

CA $478.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Personal Effects
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $678.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Shipping Food, Chocolate, Candies to Nigeria

Food, Chocolate, Candies

Limited information regarding shipping food, chocolate, and candies to Nigeria is available at this time.

You May Ship

  • Linseed, castor, and olive oils
  • Energy and health drinks such as dietary supplements

Do Not Ship

  • Birds' eggs
  • Frozen poultry
  • Pork and beef
  • Refined vegetable oils and fats
  • Cane and beet sugar
  • Pure sucrose that contains flavouring or colouring materials
  • Pasta like spaghetti and noodles
  • Cocoa butter in the form of powder and cakes
  • Fruit juices in retail packages, any water with added sugar or other sweeteners
  • Beers and stouts
  • Tomato paste or concentrate intended for retail sale

Sources:
https://customs.gov.ng/?page_id=3075

Sample Commercial Invoice for Food, Chocolate, Candies

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Food Shipment - Assorted chocolate bars in their original manufacturer's packaging

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Box Nestle Chocolate Bars in original packaging expiring May 2021 (shelf life of 6 months or longer)

CA $20.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Permanent / Sold
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $20.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Shipping Promotional Material to Nigeria

Samples

Samples are shipped to promote products and encourage sales. Samples may be shipped from Canada to Nigeria free of duties providing they have been rendered unusable. This may occur by:

  • Marking with indelible ink
  • Tearing
  • Perforating

If a sample is imported without being marked or damaged, a deposit will be charged as though the item has been imported. This will be refunded when the item is returned to Canada.

Commercial Sample Checklist
  • The items are declared as "Commercial Sample" on the commercial invoice (see sample)
  • The item shipped has tearing, perforation, slashing, defacing, or has permanent marking clearing indicating the item as "commercial sample"

Sources:
http://www.wcoomd.org/-/media/wco/public/global/pdf/topics/facilitation/activities-and-programmes/ecommerce/case-study/nigeria_case-study-on-cross_border-ecommerce.pdf?db=web
https://import-export.societegenerale.fr/en/country/nigeria/regulations-customs

Sample Commercial Invoice for Commercial Sample

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Commercial Sample - Not for Resale

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Box Commercial Sample - Advanced reading copy of Dan Brown's novel.

CA $20.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Commercial Sample
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $20.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Sending Promotional material to Nigeria

Advertising Material

Advertising material shipped to Nigeria from Canada is to be made unusable so that they are exempt from duties.

Tearing, marking, and perforation can be used to render material unusable.

Advertising Material Checklist
  • The items are declared as "Promotional Material - Not for Resale" on the commercial invoice (see sample)
  • Items must be made unusable

Sources:
http://www.wcoomd.org/-/media/wco/public/global/pdf/topics/facilitation/activities-and-programmes/ecommerce/case-study/nigeria_case-study-on-cross_border-ecommerce.pdf?db=web

Sample Commercial Invoice for Promotional Material

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Promotional Material - Not for Resale

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Promotional Material: Not for Resale. Product pamphlets to hand out at trade show.

CA $163.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Promotional Material
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $163.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge

Have your goods warranty repaired in Nigeria

Repairs

Equipment repaired outside of Nigeria and being returned there will be charged duties calculated on the value added to the equipment.

Items Under Warranty

No GST will be charged for equipment and items under warranty that are repaired in Nigeria and returned to Canada.

Items No Longer Under Warranty

For an item no longer under warranty that is returned to Canada from Nigeria after repair, GST will be charged.

GST will be applied to the value of the repair work plus any parts added for the repair, and on any duties charged.

Sending Product for Repair to Nigeria

No information is available regarding sending equipment to Nigeria for repairs.

Returning Repaired Product to Nigeria

If your product has been repaired in Canada and is being returned back to Nigeria, duties and taxes will still be charged on your shipment.

Repair Checklist
  • Commercial Invoice must clearly state 'REPAIR & RETURN' under the General Description or Remarks section; include the estimated time of return (see sample)
  • Include repair contract with shipment
  • Serial or product number and the cost of repairs should be indicated under the Detailed Description of Goods section
  • Include the original shipping documents or tracking number from when the item was first exported to Nigeria or exported to Canada (depending on which case applies)

Sources:
https://web2.customs.gov.ng/?page_id=3073
http://www.journalngonline.com/2016/08/18/nigeria-customs-service-act-2013-explanatory-memorandum/

Sample Commercial Invoice for Warranty Repair

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Repair and Return - Watch being sent for repair

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Fossil Watch being sent for repair - Model E5, serial # 789456FG7E2 - Repair Cost $76.00

US $163.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Warranty Repair
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $163.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Temporary Imports / Exports for shipments to Nigeria

Temporary Imports

Little information regarding temporary imports to Nigeria is available at this time. It is believed that no special treatment is provided to this type of shipment.

ATA Carnets

Nigeria does not recognise ATA Carnets for the importation of temporary goods however, using an ATA carnet will help you return your goods to Canada.

While ATA Carnets and are beyond the scope of this article, information can be obtained at your local Chamber of Commerce. More information is available here: http://www.chamber.ca/carnet/

Temporary Imports Checklist
  • Commercial Invoice clearly stating 'Temporary Import'. This must be written in the General Description section and the Detailed Description of Goods. (see sample)
  • The goods arrive and leave in the same condition, i.e. they undergo no repairs nor are they used in manufacturing
  • Stay no longer than the period listed above
  • Include your ATA Carnet with your shipment (if applicable)
  • Include the expected return date or the date that it was originally received within the country (whichever applies)
  • Any above listed items not listed in this checklist

Sources:
https://www.atacarnet.com/carnet-countries

 

Sample Commercial Invoice for Temporary Imports

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Temporary Imports - Trade show booth and display equipment returning Jan 2020

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 box Temporary Imports - Trade show booth and display equipment

CA $1032.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Temporary Imports
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $1032.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge



Permanent Goods / Sold To an individual or business within Nigeria

Permanent/Sold Goods

Shipping products or goods that will stay permanently in Nigeria are pretty straightforward (provided you are not shipping anything restricted or prohibited). You will need to complete a commercial invoice showing the value of each item shipped and then duties and taxes will be charged based on the information provided.

If you are a frequent shipper of sold goods to Nigeria, we recommend using the services of a registered Nigerian Customs Broker.

Sources:
https://import-export.societegenerale.fr/en/country/nigeria/regulations-customs

Sample Commercial Invoice for Permanent/Sold Goods

Ship To Invoice
Chinua Achebe
University of Nigeria Nsukka
Onitsha Rd.
Nsukka
Nigeria

Phone: +234 806 306 7400
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Permanent/Sold: Parts and accessories for Canon B78n camera

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 3 Aug 2020
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
15 Each Camera Lenses: Canon EF 50mm, Canon EF 85mm & wide-angle lenses.

CA $132.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Permanent/Sold
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $1980.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge

Required Documents


Shipping packages internationally requires a lot of documentation. This process alone can be confusing and time consuming. So we’ve narrowed down what documents you might need and ranked them based on likeliness of being needed.

Document Type When? Details
Shipping Label / Bill of Lading Always required This is a label provided by the carrier (UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc.). Always required because the carrier needs to know the parcel’s destination.
Commercial Invoice Required for all non-document shipments
For all non-document shipments, you will require 3 copies of the commercial invoice (to be included with your shipping labels - These are for customs purposes and need to be included inside a document pouch outside of the box.

When creating a shipment through the Secureship website, the system will help you create this document automatically.

B13a Required if value exceeds $2,000 per shipment or is a controlled good
A B13a is required if your shipment exceeds $2000 CAD or is a controlled good

Learn more about the B13a form here.
Certificate of Origin (COO) Infrequently required

Allows a reduced or zero-rated import duty.
Canada has a preferential trade agreement with Nigeria. A COO proves that an item has been produced, manufactured or processed in Canada.

When an item with a COO is imported into Nigeria, it will incur a reduced or zero-rated import duty.
Certificate of Insurance (COI) Infrequently required

Shows that the shipment has been insured.
Banks may request a certificate of insurance when providing letters of credit for the goods. Otherwise, it is generally your choice whether to purchase insurance for the shipment.
ATA Carnet Infrequently required

Used to avoid duties and taxes on shipments of temporary nature.
If you ship goods of temporary nature to and from a country, you can obtain an ATA Carnet to expedite the customs clearance process and ensure that anything of temporary nature is not charged duties and taxes.

See temporary import section
Packaging List Infrequently required Required if value exceeds $2,000 per shipment or is a controlled good.
Packing list Infrequently required

No specific form is required, but generally includes information regarding:

  • The exporter, importer and transport company
  • Date of issue
  • Number of freight invoice
  • Type and number of packages
  • Contents of each package
  • Marks and numbers
  • Net weight, gross weight and measurements of each package

Prohibited & Restricted Imports


Prohibited goods are those that may not enter Nigeria.


Prohibited Goods

  • Medications, syrups, and ointments
  • Soaps and detergents
  • Second-hand clothing
  • Footwear, bags, and suitcases
  • Mosquito repellent coils
  • Telephone recharge cards and vouchers
  • Ballpoint pens and their parts, including refills
  • Weapons, including air pistols
  • Ammunition
  • Any pirated or counterfeit material
  • Coins that are not legal tender in Nigeria
  • Materials that may offend the religious views of any person in Nigeria
  • Any item that bears inscriptions or commentaries from or about the Koran
  • Bagged cement
  • Fertilisers

Restricted Goods


There is no information at this time regarding goods that have restrictions, i.e. items that may enter but only if in limited quantities.


Sources:
https://web2.customs.gov.ng/?page_id=3077
https://customs.gov.ng/?page_id=3075

Duty & Taxes

The standard duty rate on imports to Nigeria is 11.2% while the VAT rate is 5%.

However, Nigeria imposes several additional taxes, including excise taxes, on a number of selected imports.

Duties and taxes are charged on the CIF value of the shipment, which is the sum of the customs value plus insurance plus shipping.

CIF Value = Customs Value + Insurance Amount + Freight Costs
Thresholds

Nigeria does not have a de minimis value on imports. This means duties and taxes are charged on all imports regardless of their value.

Currency NGN - Nigerian Naira
Duty Exemption
(De minimis Value)
No exemptions
Duty Calculation Method CIF
TAX (VAT) 5%
Tax Exemption
(De minimis Value)
No exemptions
Tax Calculation Method CIF


Duties on Imports


  • Candy35%
  • Chocolate35%
  • Spirits and Wines20%
  • Tobacco20%
  • Books0%* (See below for exceptions)
  • Documents0%
  • Video Games & Consoles20%
  • Computers & Laptops5%
  • Tablets5%
  • Mobiles10%
  • Cameras5%
  • Accessories for Electronics10%
  • Coats20%
  • Beauty Products & Cosmetics20%
  • Jewellery20%
  • Shirts & Pants20%
  • Home Appliances5% - 20%
  • Toys20%
  • Sports Equipment10% - 20%

*Alcohol and tobacco products will incur an additional 20% excise tax on top of the 20% duty.

*20% will be charged to scientific or school printed books, exercise books, brochures, leaflets and similar printed matter

Sources:
https://www.export.gov/article?id=Nigeria-Import-Tariffs
https://customs.gov.ng/?page_id=3137
https://www.pwc.com/ng/en/assets/pdf/2019-ngr-tax-data-card.pdf
http://taxsummaries.pwc.com/ID/Nigeria-Corporate-Other-taxes
https://www.trade.gov.ng/tariff/search.do
https://trade.gov.ng/tariff/all.do
https://nigerianfinder.com/nigeria-customs-service-tariff-duty-calculation/
http://download.trade.gov.ng/tariff/CET_tariff.xls?contentType=application%2Fxls

Nigeria Shipping Insurance


You can purchase insurance through Secureship and it is provided by the carrier that will be transporting your shipment.

Each carrier will charge a different amount per $100 of declared insurance. If you indicate that you need insurance for your shipment our system will automatically include the insurance costs for your shipment.

Insurance is great to have in case your package is accidentally lost or damaged by the carrier. But be careful, not everything you ship is insurable. Worse - even if your package contains items that are insurable, if it doesn’t meet the ISTA 3A packaging standard, the insurance purchased through the carrier would not be available to you.

Here are some items that cannot be insured by the carrier:

  • Personal belongings
  • Antiques
  • Artwork
  • Liquids (including alcohol)
  • Television
  • Jewelry in excess of $500
  • Perishable goods
  • Glass or Ceramic
  • And many more items

For more information, please see the carrier's terms and conditions.

Questions about Shipping to Nigeria



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