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Civil Defence Arrest Seven For Multiple Adulteration


Civil Defence Arrest Seven For Multiple Adulteration

*Civil Defence Arrest Seven For Multiple Adulteration

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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;
Mobil Insecticide;
St. Lauren Wine;
Seaman’s Schnapps
Seaman’s branded cups;
5 Alive Wine;
Eva Wine;
Chelsea London Dry Gin;
Mc Dowell’s Whisky;
Squadron Blended Dark Rum
Bacchus Wine;
Milo (Tin)

The suspects are currently undergoing interrogation at the NSCDC state command Umuahia while investigations into the matter are on-going.

Map of Abia State

Photo Above: Map of Abia State, Nigeria.

Some of the adulterated products

Photo Above: Some of the adulterated products seized by Abia State Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps operatives

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Comment from: daniel - usa [Visitor]
daniel  -  usaboko haram annihilates nigeria. kidnappers lay waste to abians and where ever they can sink their teeth in, thieves of all kinds lay claim to abia state, then the best thing abia and her governance's homeland security did was to over burden the already impoverished abian traders claimed that these so called bad guys infridged on copy rights.

is this the best our governor can do? how about build roads, improve schools, ensure regular and constant electricity, ensure regular supply of portable water. or is his excellency telling us that effective governance eluded him?

bothering poor people, who are already one step to dieing off should not be a prioty in abia, a state ranked last in the federation in terms of develo[-pement of any kind. actions of our homeland security in abia must be censured.
06/02/12 @ 13:26
Comment from: Nwachukwu [Visitor]
NwachukwuThese Civil Defence guys are trying, at least they catch and show the world, but the other guys catch, collect money and hide culprits.

Keep up to your good work, never collect bribe, because I know that Abia Government and those companies whose products are being adulterated will be happy and should reward you guys.

If at all NAFDAC still exist, this should be their work as adulteration is now order of the day in Aba.

Never hand over these guys to any other body. Please prosecute these guys yourself because you have been empowered by federal government to Arrest, Investigate and prosecute. Since these guys are poisoning the public in the name of Adulteration, they should not be spared.

Note: we are watching you!
06/02/12 @ 14:03
Comment from: lanre razaak [Visitor]
lanre razaakGood job to those guys that caught them,this is not the first time the Governments caught people adulterating other products.If they are well place,we will never hear about it again.

Beside,what do you expect someone that you have push to the wall to survive on his on,provides his light,school for kids,shelter and everything that govt could provide.Nigerians especially ibos are creative and we should not be sentimental about this.Let the government use the genuineness of this guys instead of keeping them in cell.
06/03/12 @ 04:11
Comment from: Okey O [Visitor]
Okey OYour Abia State Map Na Wao. After una do catch this people, what of the Provost of Abia State Technical College in Arochukwu, who copied another person's book and published it as his own. Dat one no bi serious crime pass this one wey una just dey show. mek una go catch am too.
06/04/12 @ 10:31

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