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Friday, 5 May 2017

Photos: Customs patrol van set ablaze by mob in Kaduna

A patrol van belonging to the Nigeria Customs Service was set ablaze by youths mobilised by car dealers in Kaduna State on Thursday, May 4. 

It was gathered that the dealers attempted to prevent a team of customs officials from impounding some vehicles from a car shop. 

One of the customs drivers attached to the federal operations unit of the service in an attempt to escape from the mob was attacked and his vehicle set ablaze before the arrival of security operatives.

The spokesman of the Nigerian Customs, who spoke to Channels TV said that the owner of the car shop is already in their custody, while investigations to fish out the perpetrators of the attacks have commenced.  

More photos below...

Photo credit: Rariya


dee boi said...

All dis people sef that I cannot mention their tribe as their sense dey inside their anus... dee

Uche said...

and nothing would be done to them since the police is lazy in those parts of Nigeria. smh... sighs.
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Big Don said...

I thought the nigeria senate already stop this fools from carrying out this stupid operations.. Nigeria is a funny country same custom that allows those car into the country are still the ones fighting what they allowed.nonsense

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Another riot loading

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Anonymous said...

Good for them. Government of destruction. Umu ekwensu

Anonymous said...

Dem go talk wetin dem find reach there, na their pocket dem find go. They should pay for the burnt car as that was not official duty.

chidokwe iyke said...

Aaah I love these Kaduna people ... Rubbish custom

Anonymous said...

If this eventually happened in the south... so many people for don die!!!!!!! God divide this country pls.

Anonymous said...

Custom seize cars and many stuff for personal or business use. They are evil by seizing a car to sell. I mean everything seized by custom is later sold by them with little or no duty payment. You have killed many

emariah42k said...

This country don't need custom!

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