NCB Arrests Young Nigerian for Drug in Mumbai
It is no longer news that the India Government is now on look for Nigerians in the country and this is due to the number of successful arrest of illegit drug traders in the country who are mainly Nigerians.
Yesterday, te Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested the second foreign national in the Mumbai cruise drug bust case, the agency said on Sunday. “A team of NCB Mumbai intercepted one Nigerian national namely Okaro Ouzama along with an intermediate quantity of Cocaine, yesterday,” NCB zonal chief Sameer Wankhede says.
The Nigerian; Ouzama was arrested from Goregaon and will be produced in court soon, NCB said, adding that he is considered to be a “key person” in the ongoing investigation in the cruise drugs bust case. The agency has so far arrested 20 people in connection with the case.
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