Oyo Convey Expose of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has arrested two suspects for alleged diversion of petroleum products suspected to be Top rate Motor Spirit (PMS), popularly acknowledged as petrol. The suspects, acknowledged as Akeem Adesola, 30, and Benjamin Adeniyi, 29, had been nabbed with the truck, a blue Leyland DAF with registration number Lagos EKY 189 XV on Iseyin-Saki Toll road at about 3pm on Wednesday, the Anti-Vandalism Unit of the expose. Parading the suspects on Friday, July 16, the bid Commandant, Michael Adaralewa, talked about that the expose had re-strategised by bettering on intense patrol of crime-susceptible areas within the bid to fight any act of illegal activity. He talked about that the motive force, Adesola, confessed that the destination of the product was once intended to be NNPC, Ibadan, as written on the waybill, however that he was once taking it to Saki when he was once intercepted. Adaralewa added that the suspects would be charged to court docket after the completion of investigation.The Commandant warned these indulging in diversion and illegal dealings in petroleum products to desist, as the bid expose would leave no stone unturned in facing the perpetrators who deem in sabotaging the peril of the federal government. “The Expose has zero-tolerance for criminalities, hence, all perpetrators are to either relocate out of Oyo Convey or face the wrath of the law.” he added. The post Alleged diversion: Two suspects arrested as Oyo NSCDC intercepts truck loaded with 33,000 litres of petrol appeared first on Linda Ikeji Weblog.