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2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by londonrivals: 8:16pm On Apr 25, 2016

The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit ( Taskforce ) has paraded two suspects for repackaging expired digestive biscuits.

The suspects are Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu. They were paraded at the taskforce office in Alausa Ikeja.

The Chairman, Taskforce, SP Olayinka Egbeyemi, while parading the suspects warned members of the public to be wary of re-packaged expired digestive biscuits selling in all markets across Lagos.

Egbeyemi disclosed that the suspects were arrested for re – packaging and selling expired digestive biscuits to members of the public around Mosafejo market in Oshodi, Lagos

He said one of his Police Officers arrested a lady, Bimbo Oyewole at Oshodi under bridge while she was cleaning off the expired date boldly written on a pack of a digestive biscuit.

He said the lady who was arrested took the taskforce officials to where she bought the expired digestive biscuit at N1,900 per pack from one Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu.

Olalekan, whose address as at time of arrest was C135 Bere – Mapo, Ibadan in Oyo State confessed to have been doing,with Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu who lives at No 26, Oremeji Street, Ikotun – Egbe, Lagos, the business of re-packaging expired digestive biscuits and selling them to members of the public at a cheaper rate

These suspects claimed that they bought hundreds of packs of digestive biscuits before government demolished Mosafejo market and that since they could not sell them before they expired, they decided to change the expiry dates and re-package them for the consumption of members of the public.

According to Olalekan, they normally sell a pack of re – packaged digestive biscuit at the rate of N1,900 as against the non -expired one sold at N4,500 per pack.

Both men claimed that poverty pushed them to the business and that they distributed these re-packaged expired biscuits to various agents across Lagos State.

http://www.metronaija.com/2016/04/photo-2-arrested-for-selling-expired.html
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by homeboy205: 8:17pm On Apr 25, 2016
Hustle
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Nobody: 8:19pm On Apr 25, 2016
make dem just sentence dem to death by hanging

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by doublewisdom: 8:21pm On Apr 25, 2016
Well, for the first time, I was here to check names. Wasn't disappointed.

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Young03(m): 8:39pm On Apr 25, 2016
londonrivals:

The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit ( Taskforce ) has paraded two suspects for repackaging expired digestive biscuits.

The suspects are Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu. They were paraded at the taskforce office in Alausa Ikeja.

The Chairman, Taskforce, SP Olayinka Egbeyemi, while parading the suspects warned members of the public to be wary of re-packaged expired digestive biscuits selling in all markets across Lagos.

Egbeyemi disclosed that the suspects were arrested for re – packaging and selling expired digestive biscuits to members of the public around Mosafejo market in Oshodi, Lagos

He said one of his Police Officers arrested a lady, Bimbo Oyewole at Oshodi under bridge while she was cleaning off the expired date boldly written on a pack of a digestive biscuit.

He said the lady who was arrested took the taskforce officials to where she bought the expired digestive biscuit at N1,900 per pack from one Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu.

Olalekan, whose address as at time of arrest was C135 Bere – Mapo, Ibadan in Oyo State confessed to have been doing,with Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu who lives at No 26, Oremeji Street, Ikotun – Egbe, Lagos, the business of re-packaging expired digestive biscuits and selling them to members of the public at a cheaper rate

These suspects claimed that they bought hundreds of packs of digestive biscuits before government demolished Mosafejo market and that since they could not sell them before they expired, they decided to change the expiry dates and re-package them for the consumption of members of the public.

According to Olalekan, they normally sell a pack of re – packaged digestive biscuit at the rate of N1,900 as against the non -expired one sold at N4,500 per pack.

Both men claimed that poverty pushed them to the business and that they distributed these re-packaged expired biscuits to various agents across Lagos State.

http://www.metronaija.com/2016/04/photo-2-arrested-for-selling-expired.html

cc: lalasticlala mynd44






sorry coudnt read all bt. saw the names I was searching fo4

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Nobody: 8:43pm On Apr 25, 2016
Biscuits expire? shocked

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by lifezone247(m): 9:00pm On Apr 25, 2016
Na hungry girls them go be their victim, as for me I go for kulikuli.

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Sijo01(f): 9:00pm On Apr 25, 2016
When reading, I had names in mind but I was disappointed. embarassed

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Category1: 9:00pm On Apr 25, 2016
[size=15pt]dem longest award winning tribal mark people don come to check if na "iPhone" people dem, but see their lives? Dem one kill us...
Na God go dey catch all these alata people dem. [/size]

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by holluwai(m): 9:01pm On Apr 25, 2016
I swear Nigeria is the new hell, like all we hear all day isn't enough. Expired biscuits

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by mrsolutionm(m): 9:01pm On Apr 25, 2016
Na d same people

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Daniel058(m): 9:01pm On Apr 25, 2016
Name checkers, E DON DON OOOOO

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Sijo01(f): 9:01pm On Apr 25, 2016
Muafrika2:
Biscuits expire? shocked



So, you don't know?
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by prinsam30(m): 9:01pm On Apr 25, 2016
End Time Biscuits Packaging

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Kreamie(m): 9:02pm On Apr 25, 2016
Desperate times is directly proportional to desperate measure

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Category1: 9:02pm On Apr 25, 2016
Cg
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by greatiyk4u(m): 9:02pm On Apr 25, 2016
So no be only Igbos (I go before others) like money

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Nobody: 9:03pm On Apr 25, 2016
poverty, poverty, Poverty..........
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by maxwell767(m): 9:04pm On Apr 25, 2016
cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy oya where those employees here these are the type of guys u may need in case u want to REBRAND your product.... They are highly EXPERIENCED grin

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by refiner(f): 9:05pm On Apr 25, 2016
undecided...evil finx men do for money!

smh furiously!sad

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by oozo8080: 9:07pm On Apr 25, 2016
grin
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by ibiyemi93: 9:08pm On Apr 25, 2016
Kudos to the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit ( Taskforce) and The Nigerian Police.
They should keep more eyes on those selling at Oshodi. They sell just anything for gullible people.
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by BADNEAT(m): 9:09pm On Apr 25, 2016
londonrivals:

The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit ( Taskforce ) has paraded two suspects for repackaging expired digestive biscuits.

The suspects are Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu. They were paraded at the taskforce office in Alausa Ikeja.

The Chairman, Taskforce, SP Olayinka Egbeyemi, while parading the suspects warned members of the public to be wary of re-packaged expired digestive biscuits selling in all markets across Lagos.

Egbeyemi disclosed that the suspects were arrested for re – packaging and selling expired digestive biscuits to members of the public around Mosafejo market in Oshodi, Lagos

He said one of his Police Officers arrested a lady, Bimbo Oyewole at Oshodi under bridge while she was cleaning off the expired date boldly written on a pack of a digestive biscuit.

He said the lady who was arrested took the taskforce officials to where she bought the expired digestive biscuit at N1,900 per pack from one Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu.

Olalekan, whose address as at time of arrest was C135 Bere – Mapo, Ibadan in Oyo State confessed to have been doing,with Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu who lives at No 26, Oremeji Street, Ikotun – Egbe, Lagos, the business of re-packaging expired digestive biscuits and selling them to members of the public at a cheaper rate

These suspects claimed that they bought hundreds of packs of digestive biscuits before government demolished Mosafejo market and that since they could not sell them before they expired, they decided to change the expiry dates and re-package them for the consumption of members of the public.

According to Olalekan, they normally sell a pack of re – packaged digestive biscuit at the rate of N1,900 as against the non -expired one sold at N4,500 per pack.

Both men claimed that poverty pushed them to the business and that they distributed these re-packaged expired biscuits to various agents across Lagos State.

http://www.metronaija.com/2016/04/photo-2-arrested-for-selling-expired.html
names pls...

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Nobody: 9:09pm On Apr 25, 2016
Name Checkers.... How market? Am I seeing the sophisticated names there or am I seeing fake?

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Nobody: 9:10pm On Apr 25, 2016
Sijo01:
When reading, I had names in mind but I was disappointed. embarassed
you were expecting to here ibo names.

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Johnbosco77(m): 9:10pm On Apr 25, 2016
but belle no sabi expired nnnaa. if only it can fit pass corner Jaw.
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by seunlayi(m): 9:11pm On Apr 25, 2016
Is this part of change? Selling expired biscuits

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Massdamm(m): 9:11pm On Apr 25, 2016
Naija pple no dy karry last biscuit we dm supposed to gve doze small small kids make dm chop and pray for them make God bring market u kip it till it's xpired..2 MOFO's
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by Trexnemesis(m): 9:11pm On Apr 25, 2016
Muafrika2:
Biscuits expire? shocked



Ask dem o. If u carry dis patikula brand soak garri na na, u go no say e no dey expire. Abeg let dem go jari, na dem hussle be dat. May gud bless dem hussle.

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by AprilZee30: 9:12pm On Apr 25, 2016
How do you start a thread in nairaland
Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by nawtyme: 9:13pm On Apr 25, 2016
londonrivals:

The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit ( Taskforce ) has paraded two suspects for repackaging expired digestive biscuits.

The suspects are Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu. They were paraded at the taskforce office in Alausa Ikeja.

The Chairman, Taskforce, SP Olayinka Egbeyemi, while parading the suspects warned members of the public to be wary of re-packaged expired digestive biscuits selling in all markets across Lagos.

Egbeyemi disclosed that the suspects were arrested for re – packaging and selling expired digestive biscuits to members of the public around Mosafejo market in Oshodi, Lagos

He said one of his Police Officers arrested a lady, Bimbo Oyewole at Oshodi under bridge while she was cleaning off the expired date boldly written on a pack of a digestive biscuit.

He said the lady who was arrested took the taskforce officials to where she bought the expired digestive biscuit at N1,900 per pack from one Mr. Rabiu Olalekan and Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu.

Olalekan, whose address as at time of arrest was C135 Bere – Mapo, Ibadan in Oyo State confessed to have been doing,with Mr. Hakeem Tiamiyu who lives at No 26, Oremeji Street, Ikotun – Egbe, Lagos, the business of re-packaging expired digestive biscuits and selling them to members of the public at a cheaper rate

These suspects claimed that they bought hundreds of packs of digestive biscuits before government demolished Mosafejo market and that since they could not sell them before they expired, they decided to change the expiry dates and re-package them for the consumption of members of the public.

According to Olalekan, they normally sell a pack of re – packaged digestive biscuit at the rate of N1,900 as against the non -expired one sold at N4,500 per pack.

Both men claimed that poverty pushed them to the business and that they distributed these re-packaged expired biscuits to various agents across Lagos State.

http://www.metronaija.com/2016/04/photo-2-arrested-for-selling-expired.html

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Re: 2 Arrested For Selling Expired Biscuits In Lagos by link2jude(m): 9:14pm On Apr 25, 2016
Am here to check names... Aha na dem again!!!
Shebi na only Omo Ibo like money ko...
SW which way forward...

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