A news that is being shared across many blogs and some prominent individual like Femi Fani Kayode also helped to spread the news.
However, fact check by Naijacrawl shows that the Chinese Govt didn't Seize any thing and such occurrence never happened.
In our quest to establish the reality, a fact check on the news agency that first aired the rumour shows that the news agency "snikker" just refreshed a story that has happened like two years ago and tagged the news as new.
The news agency which slogan is "fact doesn't matter" has been found of disseminating fake news all over the world.
In conclusion, Naijacrawl urges our esteem readers to discard the news.
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