NSCDC smashes suspected oil vandals in Lagos

Read How NSCDC Smashed suspected oil Vandals in Lagos, Nigeria today

The Nigeria security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, Lagos  State Command, on Friday, smashed an oil vandalism syndicate after they had been intercepted in Baruwa, Alimosho local government vicinity of the state.

The NSCDC Commandant in Lagos, Okoro Eweka, who disclosed this while briefing newsmen stated the suspected vandals were smashed in collaboration with the Nigerian navy, in ownership of

4 vehicles, weighted down with premium Motor Spirit, PMS, popularly called petrol in Baruwa vicinity.

In step with Eweka, “The suspected vandals were stuck in the act within the early hours of Friday. They loaded one of the four tracks with products and escaped from the scene.”

NSCDC boss, but, warned vandals to persuade clean of Lagos as the corps has been repositioned for higher overall performance to guard authorities bodily infrastructures.

Eweka explained: “those motors are purported vandalised motors used to vandalise the top class Motor Spirit (PMS) vehicles at the right of way.

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“They were caught at precisely 2:00 am this morning by using our eagle-eyed officers at the side of the army whilst on patrol,” he stated.

“They were caught inside the act of vandalisation. One of the trucks is fully loaded, the opposite 3 are empty. Upon sighting our men, of Anti- Vandal Unit, they all fled and escaped.”

He, but, assured that the fleeing suspects might be apprehended and prosecuted in due direction.

Eweka reiterated the dedication of the NSCDC in fighting insecurity, noting that its Commandant-preferred, Ahmed Abubakar Audi is decided to protect all vital authorities infrastructures.

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