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*Civil Defence Arrest Seven For Multiple Adulteration
Masterweb Reports - Thursday, May 31, 2012: The Abia State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps on Thursday 31st May, 2012 at about 2:30pm arrested seven persons (six men and one lady) for adulterating multiple products.
The suspects were caught red-handed at Cemetery Market in Aba, Abia State by a combined team of; the Anti-vandal, the Rapid Response Squad and the Command’s Operation Patrol Team.
The arrest was made possible through information gathered by the NSCDC surveillance team, who carried out an undercover operation in the area for a period of time before invading.
The NSCDC found and confiscated their manufacturing equipment, the finished products and others at various stages in the adulteration process.
Some of their finished adulterated products which are in cartons are;
St. Lauren Wine;
Seaman’s branded cups;
5 Alive Wine;
Chelsea London Dry Gin;
Mc Dowell’s Whisky;
Squadron Blended Dark Rum
The suspects are currently undergoing interrogation at the NSCDC state command Umuahia while investigations into the matter are on-going.
Photo Above: Map of Abia State, Nigeria.
Photo Above: Some of the adulterated products seized by Abia State Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps operatives
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