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NDLEA Intercepts N4.5bn Heroin In Baby Food As Ex-BRT Driver Excretes 90 Pellets Of Cocaine

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NDLEA Intercepts N4.5bn Heroin In Baby Food As Ex-BRT Driver Excretes 90 Pellets Of Cocaine

The 39-year-old from Ijebu South LGA, Ogun State, was set under discharge perception after body filter results affirmed drug ingestion.Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), have caught 22 blocks of heroin weighing 23.55 kg hid in packs of Nestle Cerelac child food at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Ikeja, Lagos.

The transfer with a road worth of over N4.5billion came from Johannesburg, South Africa on board a South African Airways trip on Wednesday, June 29, as a feature of a combined freight that showed up at the SAHCO import shed of the Lagos air terminal, an explanation by NDLEA read.After a progression of follow-up tasks that prompted the capture of two cargo specialists, the genuine collector of the medication transfer, Chike Okeke Eweni who disperses the substance for his South Africa-based accomplice was captured the next day, Thursday 30th June at a planned operations stockroom in Ajao Estate, Ikeja. Chike who hails from Anaocha LGA, Anambra state claims during a fundamental meeting that he’s likewise into fish cultivating.

Before the capture of Chike, NDLEA officials at the air terminal had on Monday 27th June captured a previous driver with a public vehicle organization, BRT, Muyiwa Babalola Bolujoko for ingesting 90 pellets of cocaine. He was captured at the screening point prior to loading up a Qatar Airways flight in transit from Doha to Sharjah, with his excursion expected to end in Dubai, UAE.

The 39-year-old from Ijebu South LGA, Ogun State, was put under discharge perception after body check results affirmed drug ingestion. While in authority, the suspect discharged every one of the 90 pellets in four discharges.

He guaranteed he left his N60, 000 every month work as a BRT driver in February and chose to fill in as a medication messenger to raise assets to purchase a van transport famously called ‘Korope’ in Lagos to proceed with his vehicle business.

Agents likewise on Thursday 30th June blocked an inbound transfer of khat leaves, which showed up at the NAHCO import shed of the Lagos air terminal on a Royal Air Maroc departure from the Middle East. A sum of 71 containers of dried khat leaves with a gross load of 2,434.3 kg were found in the freight.

Along these lines, hostile to opiate officials of the Agency likewise last Thursday held onto 36 bundles of Colorado, a variation of marijuana with a complete load of 19.30kg which showed up at the NAHCO import shed from Los Angeles, US on a Delta Airlines flight.After a progression of follow-up tasks in which four people were captured, the real proprietor of the medication transfer, Abibu Afis Sola was in the long run seized on Friday first July in the Gbagada area of Lagos.

In the mean time, in Rivers state, NDLEA agents on Wednesday 29th June captured a 68-year-elderly person, Mrs. Celina Ekeke at Obunku people group, Oyigbo LGA with 231.2kg marijuana, while one Shedrack Eze, was captured the next day Thursday 30th June at Yankarfe, Zaria, Kaduna state with 250,000 tablets of Exol 5, weighing 75kg.

In Borno state, Usman Haruna, 27, was captured at BCG designated spot in Biu on Saturday second July with 19.7kg marijuana.

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