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Ogun Customs Rescues Abducted Officer, Reads Rioct Act To Smugglers

The Ogun Area Command of Nigeria Customs Service has warned smugglers and other criminally minded individuals to desist from their hostilities and crimes against the command.

This rioct act came on the heels of the abduction of an Inspector of Customs, Abdullahi Mohammad Kuso, attached to NCS Ogun Command by some yet to be apprehended criminals.

A statement issued by Maiwada A.A, the

Public Relations Officer of Customs Area Controller, Ogun Area Command said that Kuso was severely injured by his abductors.

The officer was said to have been kidnapped on Saturday, July 7 while a patrol he was with was set ablaze by the hoodlums.

The statement reads in full,  "On a faithful morning  of Saturday 7th July, 2018 around 0900hours, The Officers and Men of Ogun Command yet received another form of hostility from criminals and economic saboteurs.

"They succeeded in abducting and inflicting life0l threatening injury to an Inspector of Customs, Abdullahi Mohammad Kuso, attached to NCS Ogun Command.

"They further set ablaze Customs patrol base at Papalanto close Lafarge Cement Company (pictures attached). Although he was later rescued by officers of the Command.

"Full scale  investigation is ongoing to fish out those who perpetuated  this barbaric, cruel and inhumane aggression.

"We therefore sound a note of warning to smugglers that Nigeria Customs Service Ogun Command will not relent in bringing to book economic saboteurs/criminals who often violently engage officers at various approved duty post, to the extent of inflicting injuries on officers, destroying Government properties,  and constituting nuisance to the society."

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