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BT Motors denies attack on custom’s vehicle

The Managing Director of BT Motors, Alhaji Ahmed Abdullahi, has denied involvement in the burning of a vehicle belonging to the Federal Operation Unit (FOU)…

The Managing Director of BT Motors, Alhaji Ahmed Abdullahi, has denied involvement in the burning of a vehicle belonging to the Federal Operation Unit (FOU) of the Nigerian Custom Service in Kaduna recently.

Addressing a press conference yesterday in Kaduna, Alhaji Ahmed said he was in the customs office while the act perpetrated by the miscreants took place.

A Toyota Hi-Lux belonging to the NCS was burnt on 4th May, 2016 during a clash between customs and car dealers after they impounded four vehicles from the motor company.

“It was while I was in their office that I heard that some miscreants have attacked their vehicles along Ali Akilu road about a kilometer plus far away from my office which is located at Isa Kaita road and have set ablaze one of their operational vehicle.

Meanwhile, the Chairman, Car Dealers Association of Nigeria, Kaduna State branch, Alhaji Ahmed Abdullahi NaBrazil, has condemned the attack and attributed it to the activities of miscreants.

 

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