IPOB Crisis: Kano Traders Lose Palm Oil Trucks Worth ₦77m

Sabon Gari Kura Market in Kano State

Galadima Street Merchants Affiliation in Kano State have cried over the destruction of their autos by the proscribed Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB).

The IPOB members have been stated to have destroyed two vans transporting palm oil value over ₦77 million to the easter a part of the nation, at a time when riots are raging there.

The chairman of the merchants affiliation, Mustapha Shu’aibu Sulaiman, informed reporters that the 2 vans have been carrying 2,544 jerry cans of palm oil. One was carrying 1,056, whereas the opposite was carrying 1,488.

In accordance with him, the products belong to their members “numbering about 50, who are mostly small businessmen. Some have just 20 jerry cans, some 50, and so on. And, most of them, that was all they had and now both the goods and the trucks have been burnt down.”

The merchants accused the Kano State Authorities of being detached to their plight.

Entrepreneurs have appealed to governments in any respect ranges, particularly on the federal stage, to assist them compensate for the harm.

The article was initially printed on Nigeria News

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