NSCDC destroys 10 illegal modular refineries in Abia, says State Commandant | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

NSCDC destroys 10 illegal modular refineries in Abia, says State Commandant | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️

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1/27/2022 12:44:00 AM

NSCDC destroys 10 illegal modular refineries in Abia, says State Commandant | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️

The Abia Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps has destroyed 10 illegal modular refineries operating in Okohia and Owaza oil-bearing communities of the state, an official has said.

Olowo said the command’s efforts paid off on Sunday, when its “Operation Sting” made a major breakthrough in a seven-hour operation in Okohia and Owaza in Ukwa West Local Government Area.According to him, the first thing my team did was to destroy the pipes supplying product from the Shell Petroleum pipelines to the 10 cooking pots used for the refining of crude inside the forest.

“Thereafter, they set six of the pots ablaze but left four to avoid fire that could cause collateral damage to the farmlands, economic trees and a major Shell pipeline in the area.“We have succeeded in frustrating and putting an end to the activities of the operators of the illegal refineries,” the state NSCDC boss said.

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