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Customs impounds another batch of 475 rifles at Tin Can Port




Godfrey Bivbere, (Vanguard) - Barely a week after it intercepted a 20-foot container load of 1,100 pump action rifles, the Tin Can Island Command of Nigeria Customs Service, Monday, uncovered yet another set of 475 rifles shipped in by the same importer.

 
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