By Ogundele Olanrewaju
In its efforts to maintain the inter agencies working synergy, the Nigeria Customs Service, Oyo/Osun Area Command on Wednesday 13th October 2021 handed over a 33,000 litres truck tanker conveying Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) and 2 suspects intercepted along Iseyin Road to the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps(NSCDC).
The development according to a press statement issued by the Customs Area Command Public Relations Officer, Kayode Wey stated that the Comptroller Adamu Abdulkadir handed over the truck and its content to the Oyo State Command of the NSCDC at the Oyo/Osun Command Headquarters Agodi Ibadan.
Comptroller Adamu Abdukadir according to a copy of the statement made available to INDEPENDENT stated that the handing over was a directive of the Comptroller General of Customs and it is in line with the improved synergy between both security agencies.
He used the opportunity to give a sound note of warning to Economic Saboteurs of the country that the officers of the Oyo/Osun Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service would not relent in its drive to eliminate smuggling within the state in consonance with relevant laws guiding the Service.
Taking over the 33,000litres truck tanker and the 2 suspects was the representative of Commandant NSCDC Oyo State Command Head of Anti-Vandal DCC Oladiji Subair, who appreciated the Command and Service in general for the robust synergy.