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Nigeria's National Drug Control Master Plan (NDCMP) for 2015 to 2019 aims to strengthen responses to drugs in order to contribute to the enhanced health, security and well-being of all Nigerians. The NDCMP 2015-2019 is a strategic, results and operational planning and implementation framework that covers key aspects of drug supply and reduction impacting Nigeria.
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The United States Government has provided training to one thousand, five hundred and eighty (1,580) officers and supplied equipment worth over ten million dollars to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). The United States Consul General, Mr. John Bray made the disclosure while presenting eleven operational vehicles to the Chairman/Chief Executive of the Agency, Col. Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah in Lagos.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Edo State has apprehended no fewer than seventy-three (73) suspected cannabis cultivators and dealers with 10,094.75kgs of cannabis. Those arrested include 60 males and 13 females. The arrest and seizures took place between January and March 2016. A cannabis laden Toyota Hilux and a J5 Bus with cannabis disguised as pineapple shipment were also impounded.
A cannabis warehouse located at Okpuje forest, Owan West Local Government Area was detected by the NDLEA and 2,590kgs of cannabis were seized. Four notorious drug dealers at Ekpoma, Auchi and Benin as well as five young farmers from Taraba and Plateau States are among those being investigated for cannabis cultivation and trafficking by narcotic undercover operatives in Benin City. The Edo State command exhibit room is already filled to capacity with over 80,000kgs of cannabis.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has discovered one hundred and ninety-three (193) wraps of cocaine inside packs of sweets at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos.The whitish substance concealed in sweets tested positive for cocaine and weighed 3.230kgs. Anti-narcotics officials discovered the drugs in the luggage of a twenty-four year-old female passenger from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. A suspected member of the drug cartel was also arrested.
NDLEA BOSS SEEKS INTEGRATED DRUG CONTROL APPROACH, IMPOUNDS 574 MILLION NAIRA DRUGS AT LAGOS AIRPORT
The Chairman/Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Col. Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah rtd, has advocated an integrated approach in the control of illicit drug trafficking. Abdallah made the disclosure while commenting on the first quarter report of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. The Airport command of the Agency arrested thirty (30) suspected drug traffickers, comprising twenty-six (26) males and four (4) females while 100.545kgs of narcotic drugs valued at five hundred and seventy-four (N574) million naira were seized between January and March 2016.
Officers of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have discovered twenty-eight packs of Tramadol weighing 21.99kgs inside a DJ Rack box and 1.8kgs of cocaine in boxer shorts. The seizure was made at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. The Tramadol which was hidden among camera items was intercepted during pre-shipment inspection. The consignment was destined for Congo Brazzaville in central Africa. Another suspect was also caught with 1.8kg of cocaine in his boxer shorts on his way from Dubai. Both suspects are being investigated.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos has apprehended a driver and a trader over unlawful importation of two hundred and fifty-two wraps of cocaine weighing 4.325kgs. The suspects were found to have ingested and stuffed wraps of cocaine on their bodies and luggage during screening of passengers on Emirates flight from Dubai. Both suspects ingested some wraps of drugs and concealed others on their bodies. The estimated value of the drug is thirty-nine million naira (N39,000,000).
Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have discovered a letter laden with heroin in Lagos. The letter which was sent from Bengaluru, India, on Express Mail Service (EMS) was addressed to Mr Yunusa Amusan, 33, in Mushin, Lagos. Upon interception by the NDLEA, about four hundred and eighty (480) grammes of powdery substance that tested positive for Heroin was found inside the letter. The thin parcels of heroin were carefully hidden in the letter in a manner that makes it difficult to detect. This is the first case of heroin letter discovered by the anti-narcotic agency this year.
Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos have discovered one hundred and ninety-three (193) wraps of cocaine inside passenger's socks. The drug which tested positive for cocaine with a total weight of 3.4kgs was detected during routine screening of passengers on an Emirates flight from Dubai. The suspect who is a commercial bus driver in Lagos has also been arrested.
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- US DONATES 11 VEHICLES TO NDLEA
- NDLEA ARRESTS 73 CANNABIS CULTIVATORS AND DEALERS WITH 10,094.75KG OF CANNABIS IN EDO STATE
- NDLEA DISCOVERS COCAINE IN SWEETS, ARRESTS TWO SUSPECTS
- SUPER LABORATORY: NDLEA ARRAIGNS 4 MEXICANS, 5 NIGERIANS
- NDLEA BOSS SEEKS INTEGRATED DRUG CONTROL APPROACH, IMPOUNDS 574 MILLION NAIRA DRUGS AT LAGOS AIRPORT