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Clearance of 661 Pump-action rifles: Wanted Officers have Reported for Investigation – Customs

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has said that three of its officers wanted in relation to the 661 pump-action rifles intercepted by officers of the Federal Operating Unit (FOU), Zone A, Ikeja, along the Mile 2-Apapa Expressway, have submitted themselves for interrogation.

The wanted officers – Abdullahi, I, with service number 44483 ASC, Odiba Haruna Inah, with service number 133386, and Yola Babakiri Ibrahim, with service number 39009 CSC –  fled after the weapons were uncovered

A statement by DCG Dan Ugo, in charge of Enforcement, Investigation & Inspection read:

WANTED OFFICERS SUBMIT SELVES FOR INVESTIGATION

The Service wishes to inform the public that the three (3) Officers earlier declared wanted in connection with the clearance of the 661 pump action rifles have all reported and are being investigated.

NCS remains resolute on its determination to ensure that justice is served to all those involved.

3 Comments

  1. concerned9a

    February 7, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    Weapons meant for Fulani herdsmen or Boko Haram…

  2. meelikey

    February 7, 2017 at 12:53 pm

    Their ‘sponsor’ has given them a go ahead and as usual after the dust must have settled,they’ll walk away as free men because someone has called somebody and has given something

    • tunmi

      February 7, 2017 at 2:46 pm

      Why you always lying, stop fucking lying. Seriously stop spreading rumors and stop presenting your speculation as fact. Attach evidence

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