OIL THEFT: OYO NSCDC ARREST TWO TRUCKS.

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OIL THEFT: OYO NSCDC ARREST TWO TRUCKS.

 

 

       Two trucks laden with stolen petroleum products were on Monday apprehended by the anti Vandal team, Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps NDDSC Oyo State Command at Oloje near Dedun village in Akinyele local government of Oyo state.
       The State Commandant CC Iskilu Akinsanya made this known today at the Command State Headquarters Agodi Ibadan that despite patrolling the right of way, the Vandals after Vandalized the pipeline with a full load of 33,000 liters of PMS on citing the men of Anti vandal squad of Oyo Nscdc abandoned the tankers.
        Meanwhile, after repair on the pipeline by NNPC, the products according to a release Supt Oluwole Olusegun CDPRO have been transferred to NNPC Apata Depot while the tankers have been kept in NSCDC custody.
        The statement read ”The State Commanants CC early hour of monday 8th of February 2021,3am to be precise, the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps(NSCDC) Oyo State Command Anti Vandal team stationed around Oloje area near Dedun Village in Akinyele Local Government of Oyo State have arrested a White DAF Tanker at the NNPC right of way.Also on saturday night a red Mark Diesel Truck with 33000 liters of premium motor spirit(pms)was arrested at odo omi boundary between ogun and oyo state.The vandals who operated in ogun line fell down while trying to negotiate on small bridge in the forest. The content has been transloaded and it  had been taken to Ibadan depot for decanting. The two truck have no registration number while the drivers and their accomplice were at large.
        The State Commandant CC Iskilu Akinsanya made it known today at the Command State Headquarters Agodi Ibadan that despite patrolling the right of way, the Vandals after Vandalized the pipeline with a full load of 33,000 liters of PMS on citing the men of Anti vandal squad of Oyo Nscdc abandoned the tankers.

        Meanwhile, after repair on the pipeline by NNPC, the product have been transferred to NNPC Apata”. The statement

 

 

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