TEXTILE MERCHANT IMPORTS 5.745KG OF COCAINE

 
A 32 year-old textile merchant, Emujue Chimaobi John Paul had allegedly hidden 5.745kg of cocaine inside laptop bags on his way from Sao Paulo, Brazil. The suspect was apprehended on arrival at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. This followed the prompt detection of the drug by officers of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) during the inward screening of Etihad flight passengers. The cocaine has an estimated street value of fifty-seven (N57,000,000) million naira.  
 

NDLEA ARRESTS CAPE VERDEAN OVER COCAINE IMPORTATION

 
Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) are quizzing a Cape Verdean in connection with the unlawful importation of 2kg of cocaine hidden in female handbags. The drug was detected during the inward screening of Emirate passengers at the arrival hall of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. The 35 year old Cape Verdean, Rosangela Gomes Gonealves Correia and Olua Uguru Christopher, a 36 year old Nigerian are currently explaining their roles in the illicit import.
 
 

INTELLIGENCE SHARING: UNITED STATES DONATES EQUIPMENT TO NDLEA

 
United States Consul General, Lagos, Mr. Jeffery Hawkins has described Nigeria as a great partner of the United States in drug control. The US envoy who spoke while presenting technical equipment to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Lagos said that the equipment will be used in the establishment of a Centre for intelligence sharing between the two countries.
 

NDLEA DISCOVERS ANOTHER ABANDONED COCAINE, ARRESTS 4

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Few weeks after officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) discovered 5.9kg of abandoned cocaine inside industrial equipment, another cocaine shipment has been abandoned at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. The cocaine which weighed 4.6kg was hidden inside flasks packed with baby items. Like the first consignment, it originated from Panama, Central America on board a KLM flight.
 

BRICKLAYER INGESTS 2.065KG OF COCAINE

 
A suspected drug cartel has recruited a 46 year-old bricklayer to smuggle cocaine into the country. The suspect allegedly ingested 83 wraps of substances that tested positive for cocaine weighing 2.065kg while returning from Brazil. It is one of the highest quantities of drugs ingested at a time by a suspect this year.
 

BRICKLAYER INGESTS 2.065KG OF COCAINE

 
A suspected drug cartel has recruited a 46 year-old bricklayer to smuggle cocaine into the country. The suspect allegedly ingested 83 wraps of substances that tested positive for cocaine weighing 2.065kg while returning from Brazil. It is one of the highest quantities of drugs ingested at a time by a suspect this year.
 

NDLEA WOOS MBGN IN ANTI-DRUG ABUSE CAMPAIGN

 
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is seeking the support of Nigeria’s most beautiful girl 2013, Miss Anna Ebiere Banner in the campaign against illicit drug production, trafficking and abuse. This was disclosed during the queen’s visit to the Agency’s headquarters at Ikoyi Lagos on Wednesday.
 

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NDLEA DISCOVERS COCAINE IN CERAMICS BUTTONS

Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have discovered cocaine industrially concealed inside ceramics meant for interior decoration as well as buttons. The discovery was made at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos when officers broke the ceramic ornaments. Two suspected drug traffickers who were arrested in connection with the illegal import from Brazil said that they could not resist the offer made to them by their sponsors.
 

NOTICE! NOTICE!! NOTICE!!!

 
The General Public is by this notice informed that the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency is investigating the ownership of the under listed properties which preliminary investigations indicate belong to Mr. AkindeleIkumoluyi a.k.a. Ile-eru who was convicted for the offences of Exportation of one kilogramme of Cocaine and Dealing in 10 kilogramme of Cocaine by the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos on 18THMarch, 2008.
 
2.       The properties are:
 
(I)          No. 7, AlhajiAjokeOluyebo Street,
Sabo, Ikorodu – Lagos.
         
(II)        No. 20, Okemu Street,
Palace Way,Oworonsoki, Lagos.
 
(III)      No. 35/37, Akinlabake Street,
Akerele Estate,Oworonsoki, Lagos
 
(IV)       No. 11, OlaoludeAdekola Street,
Oworonsoki, Lagos.
 

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