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Man, who identified himself as Mantolive Nigeria Limited, has called on the presidency for help, alleged that men of the custom broke into his warehouse and carter away seven hundred and four bags of Rice suspected to be a foreign product.
The Man, who said had been patronizing Nigerian made Rice o for four years, denied having foreign rice in his store, had 23 warehouses across Nigeria.
He said the operatives invaded the premises by 2 AM in the night, broke his window, tied up his security man and loaded the goods into their truck, claimed that the rice is rightly in their office.
The man, who said 418 staffs work under him, one of the biggest distributor in the South West, revealed that all his rice is 100% Nigerian, that they attacked him because he refused to book with them, and he paying tax, minding his legal business.