Seme: Customs engage smugglers in shooting spree, recovers 55 vehicles

Operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service, Seme Area Command, yesterday engaged smugglers of Cars in a shooting spree.

According to authorities at the command, at the end of the operation, over 55 vehicles allegedly being smuggled into the country from the Benin Republic were intercepted and recovered.

Spokesman of the command, Hussein Abdulahi who made this disclosure also dismissed the allegation of bribery against some officers of the command.

News of gratification against some officers had gone viral on social media. The online platform had alleged that the officers collect money to allow smuggled cargoes into the country.
Hussein, however, told newsmen the seizures were made between two months.

He, however, debunked allegations of graft even as he urged Nigerians with tangible evidence of such to avail the command or the service with it. TheGuardianng

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