Saturday, 19 May 2018

55 Hot Export Items,Required Documents & Banned List In Nigeria 2018


Export business is a multi-billion Naira business in Nigeria.
Across the world,countries export and import different items,this is one of the means by which countries grow their different economies and Nigeria is not an exception. 
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There are a many Nigerians who are billionaires through export business,but the truth is that not a lot of Nigerians do not know about export business because a lot of them look at export business as a very tedious,and capital intensive business venture. 

No doubt becoming an exporter will definitely require capital,but it is not a expensive as so many people portray it to be,in this post we will list all the items that you can export and also items that are banned by the Nigerian customs plus quick steps on how you can become an exporter and all the documents you will need for registration. 

55 Hot Export Items,Required Documents & Banned List 

Q: How do I become an exporter in Nigeria,quick steps? 

1. Create a name for your business,register it at the CAC (Corporate Affairs Commissions).

2.  Register your business name with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEXP),log on to nepc.gov.ng for more details.

3. Use the internet and search for reliable clients,you can also reach out to friends and relatives who might have a reliable international client,also advertising your goods via Google Adwords for potential business partners.  

Q: Export Documents Required? 

  • 1. Commercial invoice
  • 2. Bill of lading
  • 3. Consular invoice
  • 4. Certificate of origin
  • 5. Inspection certification
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  • 6. Dock receipt
  • 7. Warehouse receipt
  • 8. Destination control statement
  • 9. Insurance certificate
  • 10. Export license
  • 11. Export packing list



Q: Full List Of Hot Export Items?

Listed below is the comprehensive list of items that you can export out of Nigeria,these items can be exported out of Nigeria without fear of confiscation by the Nigerian Customs:-  


  • 1. Palm Oil
  • 2. Vegetables leaf
  • 3. Melon seeds (Egusi)
  • 4. Garri
  • 5. Dried Fish
  • 6. Yam Flour
  • 7. Cassava Flour
  • 8. Plantain Flour
  • 9. Coco Yam
  • 10.  Walnut
  • 11. Palm Fruit (Banga)
  • 12. Bread Fruit ( Ukwa)
  • 13. Aligator Pepper
  • 14. Local Seasoning
  • 15. Locust Beans
  • 16. Ogbono Seeds
  • 17. Cashew Nut
  • 18. Ginger
  • 19. Garlic
  • 20. Zobo Leaf
  • 21. Yam
  • 22. Plantain
  • 23. Pepper
  • 24. Cocoa
  • 25. Bitter Cola
  • 26. Millet
  • 27. Soybeans
  • 28. Locust Beans
  • 29.  Cola Nut
  • 30. Beans
  • 31. Local Rice
  • 32. Crayfish
  • 33. Ground Nut
  • 34. Edible Local Chalks (Nzu)
  • 35. Sesame
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  • 36. Snails/Periwinkles
  • 37. Crabs/Shrimps
  • 38. Herbal Products (Medicine/Soap)
  • 39. Tiger Nuts
  • 40. Hibiscus  Flower
  • 41. Moringa Seed
  • 42. Donkey Skin
  • 43. Nigerian Made Shoes (Aba Made Shoes)
  • 44. Nigerian Made Fabrics Adire, Akwete, Aso Oke, Ankara Etc)
  • 45. Shea Butter
  • 46. Bitumen
  • 47. Char Coal
  • 48. Lime Stone
  • 49. Iron Ore
  • 50. Lead Zinc
  • 51. Kaolin
  • 52. Locally Published Books
  • 53. Broom
  • 54. Locally Made Weaves
  • 55.  Locally Designed Beeds

Check Out: Top 35 Hot Untapped Business Ideas In Nigeria 

Q: Prohibited or Banned Export Items? 


  • 1. Maize
  • 2. Timber (rough or sawn)
  • 3. Raw hides and skin (including Wet Blue and all unfinished leather) 
  • 4. Scrap Metals
  • 5. Unprocessed rubber latex and rubber lumps
  • 6. Artifacts and Antiquities
  • 7. Wildlife animals eg Crocodile,Elephant, Lion etc.

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