Soldiers invaded illegal oil bunkering depot in Akwa Ibom
Some personnel of the Nigerian Army yesterday invaded Ibeno L. G.A of Akwa Ibom state and destroyed an illegal oil bunkering depot.
The soldiers were led to the depot by an informant named Officer Kehinde Olatunji AKA 'Sheggey'. Sheggy led the team to the bunkering diesel depot in Esit Urua community in Ibeno, and Ama Friday, also in Ibeno.
Diesel worth over 200 million were affected, while the army made away with drums of diesel while properties were also destroyed.
Sheggey used to serve in Eket, he had a misunderstanding with a driver over his usual settlement, which led to him burning the driver's Toyota Dyna and the diesel the driver was carrying, this caused a serious issue between him and his superior.
He was transferred to Port Harcourt, where he went and mobilized the Army unit in Bori, and they invaded Ibeno.
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