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Outrage As Customs Officer Slaps Okowa, Delta State Governor Aide On His Face

A recent video that trends which involved a Customs officer slapping the aide of the Delta state governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has stirred up concerns on social media platforms.

As report may have it, the action took place along the Agbor/Asaba Expressway settings on Saturday 7th of may, 2022.

The aide to the governor in question is a Special Adviser to the governor known as Samson Nwachukwu.

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One of His colleague in the special service to the state governor, Success Ossai called on the Customs Service to identify the officer who slapped the aid and take necessary action against the officer in question.

The colleague taking to his social media platform Via his Facebook page, said, “Help identify this officer so he can be arrested. This Nigeria Custom officer action is barbaric and needs to be dealt with by the authority. No one deserved to be treated this way.”

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Adding by an Activist, known as Harrison Gwamnishu stated “Yesterday, custom officer and Army officer along Benin/Agbor Expressway confidently assaulted our Human Rights volunteer and Special Assistant to Delta State Governor (Ombudsman), Mr Samson Nwachukwu. #EndImpunity

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“We will protest this assault till the Authority discipline these men.” They said



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