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NDLEA Holds Suspected Drugs Traffickers At Lagos Airport


LAGOS –Authorities of the Public Medication Law Implementation Office (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed Air terminal (MMIA) Order have captured and marched various suspects for drug dealing at the air terminal.

A portion of the suspects were captured during the internal and outward screening of travelers by the organization with prohibited substances like cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and Khat leaves.

In any event, three of the suspects; Chukwudi Predetermination, Okonkwo Chimezie Henry and Ezekiel Chibuzor were captured for drug infusion, while others utilized a few quick approaches to sell the illegal medications, however were trapped in the demonstration by the authorities of the counter opiates office.

Talking on a portion of the captures, Mr. Ahmadu Garba, Administrator, NDLEA, MMIA, expressed that Fate was captured on April 10, 2021 during the outward screening of travelers on Ethiopian Carrier to Italy.

As per him, the suspect was alluded for filtering, which result was positive was in this manner put under perception.

He expressed that the presume discharged 92 pellets of heroin weighing 1.300kg.

He clarified that fourteen days sooner, Henry discharged 113 wraps of Cocaine, which weighed 1.750 kilograms headed for Spain.

Chibuzor then again was captured on April 16, 2021 on appearance from Brazil on board Qatar Aviation routes, focusing on that after close perception, the presume discharged 100 wraps of cocaine weighing 2.05kg.eceive the bundle from the Congolese was captured.

In addition, on Friday, April 15, 2021, NDLEA agents at SAHCO shed blocked a payload from South Africa by means of Addis Ababa on Ethiopian Aircraft, which contained heroin and methamphetamine.

A sum of 24.05 kg of heroin and 1.25kg of methamphetaminhars, adding that four individuals have been captured regarding it.

Written by Edet Esah


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