Nigeria Custom intercepts 23 plastic jerrycans of fuel hidden inside coffin


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Officers of the Nigeria customs recently intercepted 23 plastic jerrycans filled with fuel and hidden inside two caskets at Idiroko Border. See photos here!

Naijauto has just gotten reports confirming that the Nigeria Customs service’ joint anti-bunkering team in Ogun state intercepted around 23 plastic jerrycans filled with petrol fuel and concealed in two different coffins around Idiroko Border.


23 plastic jerrycans filled with fuel were hidden inside two caskets at Idiroko Border

The Ogun state customs spokesman in Idiroko area, Mr. Abdullahi Maiwada revealed that these fuel-laden caskets were both abandoned inside one Mazda 626 car with a Lagos plate number LSD 617 CW on it. Mr. Abdullahi took the opportunity to reassure the general public that the Nigeria customs won’t retreat in its fight against the smuggling of products in Nigeria using any form of disguise.


NCS at Idiroko border won't retreat in its fight against smuggling

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