NSA Warns Of Likely Boko Haram Attack On Lagos Ports

Boko Haram

The office of the National Security Adviser (NSA) has issued a security alert on the likelihood of Boko Haram attack on Lagos seaports. This came following the concern expressed by the United States Embassy on the security situation at the nation’s seaports.

The security alert was signed by Assistant Comptroller General of Customs in charge of Enforcement and Intelligence, Mr. Dan Ugo, on behalf of the Comptroller General, Col. Hameed Ali (retd).

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has, as a result of this, begun the restriction of persons into its various commands and formations in Lagos with the level of security checks at all access points into the ports now increased.

Meanwhile, the leadership of the Port Facility Security Officer Forum has also warned its members to increase surveillance on their facilities and reduce the number of people into their premises.

Speaking to Vanguard on the development, Vice Chairman of the Port Facility Security Officers Forum, Dr. Zeb Ikokide, said that articulated vehicles should not be accompanied by their ‘motor boys’.

Ikokide also warned Customs to stop delaying cargoes at the gates, adding that all documentations regarding cargo clearance must be concluded before the goods get to the exit gate.