Soldiers of the Nigerian Army have intercepted six mine resistance vehicles in Konkol, a border community in Maiha Local Government Area of Adamawa State, between Nigeria and Cameroon.
Premium Times reports that military personnel attached to the Nigerian Army 23 Armoured Brigade in Yola, seized the equipment that is suspected to have been transported into Nigeria without due process.
Military sources say the Nigerian Army could not immediately verify the ownership of the equipment, where they were being shipped from and their destination.
However, the the military high command in Abuja has directed an urgent investigation into the discovery.
Commander of 23 Armoured Brigade, S.G. Mohammed, on Saturday handed over the vehicles to the comptroller of Customs in charge of Adamawa and Taraba, Olumoh Kamaldeen, at a ceremony in Konkol.
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