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NIGERIAN MILITARY FOILS N1.5 BILLION OIL THEFT                                                                         

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NIGERIAN MILITARY FOILS N1.5 BILLION OIL THEFT                                                                                          13-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                        Oil theft estimated to the tune of N1,558,665,080.00 has been foiled by the Nigerian Armed Forces in the South-South region area of the country.

Director Defence, Media Operations, Major General Edward Buba during a Biweekly Press Briefing by the Defence Head Quarters in Abuja said the operation was recorded within a week.

According to Major General Buba, troops recovered 1,227,470 litres of stolen crude oil, 313,780 litres of illegally refined Diesel and 13,000 litres of PMS.

Speaking on the activities of the armed forces in the northern part of the nation, the Director Defence, Media Operations, Major General Edward Buba said the extremists’ groups that kidnapped innocent citizens should be labelled as terrorists and not bandits as they have continued to be described.

He disclosed that several of the terrorist leaders, commander and foot soldiers have been killed which has forced the terrorists to go for soft targets to impede troops advances.

Major General Buba also clarified that a viral post by terrorists on the attack of military vehicles portrayed to look recent was an event that occurred in December 2023 where only a soldier lost his life.

The Defence Headquarters has also called on patriotic citizens to resist the temptation of celebrating posts and contents from terrorists and enemies of Nigeria.

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