20170523

Customs Intercepts Container-Load Of Arms In Lagos Port

The Nigerian Customs has again intercepted another container-load of arms and ammunition at the Tin Can Island Port in Lagos.

The container was found at the Ports and Cargo Terminal of the Tin Can Island Ports.

Recall that in January this year, Customs had intercepted a container of 49 boxes containing 661 Ak 47 rifles in Lagos.

This is also coming as stern warning against a military coup came, yesterday, from some concerned Nigerians.

The leading All Progressives Congress, APC, chieftain, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, had however warned those contemplating the derailment of the country’s democracy to perish the thought.

Tinubu spoke in Lagos just as the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yusuf Lasun, echoed the same sentiments, warning the populace that the worst civilian regime was far better than the best of military regimes.

13 comments:

  1. For better understanding, the said container was not cleared in Port and Cargo but found in ZENITH Bonded terminal and later brought to Customs Enforcement Unit at TIN-CAN port for joint examination.

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  2. whatever they are planning it wunt work..we are a peaceful country and those planning chaos and massive killing God will take them out instead

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    1. Amen in Jesus mighty name

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  3. Again? that's was how we didn't hear anything again as regard the outcome of the first set, now, another set of weapons. Imagine those weapons in the wrong hands. Hmmmmmmm, I can only imagine
    #Believe

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  4. Hassan Aderemi23 May, 2017 19:30

    Good interception, kudos to the team.

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  5. Investigation should be carried out to know the factual intention of the perpetrators. If it's masterminded by military zombies that means this government should sit up.

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  6. The hands of God is upon this nation.

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  7. The heart of men is desperately wicked

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