Naval force handsover 32 suspects, exhibits to Ondo State Police

The Nigerian Navy has given more than 32 suspects over unlawful association in refined Automotive Gas Oil (AGO) otherwise called diesel, to the Area Commander, Nigerian Police, Okitipupa.

The Commanding Officer Forward Operating Base, Igbokoda, Navy Capt. Sabo Lengaya revealed this in Lagos, on Monday.

Lengaya showed that the Navy additionally gave over specific displays which incorporated a few liters of 370 jerrycans, stacked with diesel, N1,199,000 money, 13 vehicles and cell phones recuperated from the suspects.

“Our men while on watch caught some caravan vehicles along Igbokoda-Okitipupa Road in Ondo State.

“Over the span of looking through the vehicles, it was found that a portion of the vehicles were conveying unlawfully refined AGO.

“Promote examination uncovered that the items were brought from the rivers by pontoons and stacked at Ugbonla Jetty and the vehicles with the purge jerrycans were likewise heading off to the pier to stack.

“Endeavors to capture the presumes demonstrated unsuccessful as the suspects fled after locating the maritime men in the region,” he stated, including that the item needed documentation with respect to its source and endorsement.

“Physical examination demonstrated that the item was illegally refined AGO and realities on ground demonstrated that the suspects were not authorized to bargain in oil based commodity,” he said..

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