Recently, 6 mine-resistant military vehicles have been intercepted in Konkol, a Nigeria/Cameron border community in Adamawa State, by joint security operatives. This was brought to the notice of the public through a report from Sahara Reporters, a popular news outlet in the country.
Consequently, the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) has taken temporary custody of this equipment. The ownership of this equipment, where they were shipped from and the shipping destination has not been verified yet by the Nigerian Army.
The military equipment was then handed over to the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in the interim
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The military high command located in Abuja, according to Premium Times, another popular news outlet in Nigeria, has ordered an immediate investigation into this shocking discovery. In case you might not know, it is highly illegal to bring in such equipment without end-user certificates from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), which solely is the federal agency accorded with power to issue that kind of document.
The ownership and the purpose of these intercepted strange military vehicles are yet to be ascertained
We hope this act wasn’t an attempt to strengthen the striking force of terrorism in the country.
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