EFCC grills 22 for oil theft in Port Harcourt

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Twenty two suspected oil thieves and a vessel:  MT. TIS IV handed over to the Port Harcourt Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission,  EFCC,  by the Nigeria Navy are being quizzed in connection with alleged illegal dealing in petroleum products.

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The suspects, arrested by the Nigerian Naval Ship, (NNS) Soroh,  Naval Base, Camp Porbeni, Yenagoa along Akassa Rivers,  Bayelsa state, on December 6, 2021 and handed over to the EFCC on Friday,  January 7,  2022,  include: Levi Jonathan;  Eze Kenneth;  Enemari Peter James;  Sunday Ereku;  Emmanuel Ogbonna; Timi Amos;  Fatai Kareem;  Chuks Egbo, Tony Atawo and  Saviour Martin.

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Others are:  Yoosu Alex;  Isac Iboro;  Bassey Okon;  Kingsley Edet; Taye Poto;  Saturday Sobere;  Alfred Atiemie;  Owei Ibolo; Felix Onome;  Odus Osita, Etim Edet and Mudashird Tarheed

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Representative of Nigeria Navy, Navy Commander P. E Effah, who handed over the suspects and the vessel MT.

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Meanwhile, River State Governor, Nyesom Wike has declared wanted 19 operators of illegal refineries in the state.

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