NDLEA Arrest Man That Implicates Elder Brother With Drugs
The anti drug agency in the country, NDLEA operative has arrested a young military man who implicates his elder brother in drug dealing. B
The information was divulged by the spokesman of the agency, Femi Babafemi in a statement yesterday.
The spokesman says “In Ebonyi State, a military officer, Anayo Nwamban, who bought 1.1 kilogrammes of cannabis from Mami market, planted same in his elder brother’s house and then made a report to the NDLEA office with a view to implicating his brother, was arrested on Friday, September 3. After the arrest of his supplier, he admitted to purchasing and planting same in his brother’s house.”
NDLEA Confiscates Meth Concealed in Beads
The anti-drug agency, NDLEA has intercepted Meth concealed in colored beads heading to Australia and Indonesia.The drugs were impounded after the drug enforcement agency noticed how suspicious the item was.Meth is a hard drug usually taken by youths to boost sexual pleasure.
NDLEA Discovers Meth Lab in Lagos
The operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency has discovered a meth lab in Victoria Island part of Lagos State.The illegal meth lab is being operated by a couple named Mr and Mrs Emeka.The illegal lab expose the residents of the community to a low of health risk.Meth popularly known as mpuri among eastern people is very dangerous and can accelerate 'madness'. The suspected are presently being questioned.
NDLEA Charges Disgraced Super Cop to Court
After spending over three weeks with the Anti-drug agency; NDLEA today charged the disgraced super cop and two others to court for dealing in hard drugs.Meanwhile, two civilians charged with suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police Abba Kyari and four other policemen – Chibunna Patrick Umeibe and Emeka Alphonsus Ezenwanne – have pleaded guilty to importing 21.35kilogrammes of cocaine.Umeibe and Ezenwanne, who are charged in counts five, six and seven of the eight-cou...
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