Two officials of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, have been arrested by members of the Inspector General of Police Special Task Force on Petroleum, Illegal Bunkering and Adulteration in Sagamu, Ogun State, for breaking into Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, pipelines to siphon oil.
The suspects, who were arrested with a civilian accomplice, were identified as Shofoluke Olusanya and Senior Inspector Adeniyi Elijah, while the civilian accomplice was identified as Joseph Ocher. Security: NSCDC deploys personnel to govt schools in Yobe
They were reportedly arrested after members of the task force were alerted that vandals were breaking NNPC pipes at Mechanical village in Sagamu.
Vanguard learned that on receiving the information, the Sector Commander of the task force, SP Adetarami Adegbehin, promptly led his men to the site where they arrested the suspects with a vehicle loaded with PMS.
Vanguard, October 26, 2018
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