NDLEA Seized Over 4 Billion Naira From Drug Lord Accounts
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency has frozen 126 bank accounts belonging to a suspected drug lord, Nsofor Chukwukadibia who was arrested last October.
The accounts domiciled in various commercial banks, had cash inflows of N4.3bn and outflows of N7.9bn, while over N50bn had passed through them.
This was contained in court documents obtained by our correspondent in Abuja on Friday.
Chukwukadibia was arrested last October following the discovery of a large consignment of drugs worth N8.8bn from one of his mansions in the highbrow Victoria Garden City, Lekki area of Lagos.
The substances were contained in hundreds of cartons kept in the house, according to a statement by the NDLEA Director of Media, Femi Babafemi.
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