NSCDC Close Down Eight Illegal Refineries In Abia
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, in Abia State has destroyed at least eight illegal modular refineries in Ukwa West Local Government Area of the state. DAILY POST reports.
This was revealed by Mr Ayinla Olowo, the state Commandant of the corps while speaking with journalists in his office in Umuahia, the state capital. Information Guide Nigeria
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According to him, the development was achieved following the sustained efforts by the command to rid the entire state of illegal dealings in petroleum products.
“The operatives destroyed eight illegal refineries and disconnected all the pipes with which they siphoned products from the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation’s pipelines”.
“By this act, we have succeeded in stopping their activities in the area”.
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