Males of the Nationwide Drug Regulation Enforcement Company NDLEA, Kaduna command, have arrested a male deaf and dumb suspect dealing in illicit substances within the Samaru space of Zaria, the state capital.
An announcement launched by Femi Babafemi, spokesperson of the anti-graft company, says the time of the suspect’s arrest, 150 grams of hashish have been recovered from him whereas promoting the psychoactive substance. One other suspect, Ibrahim Sani, 56, was additionally arrested in possession of 51 kilograms of the identical substance in Tirkaniya space of the state.
In a associated growth, operatives of the Nationwide Drug Regulation Enforcement Company, NDLEA, intercepted massive consignments of Ghanaian Loud, a powerful pressure of hashish sativa, smuggled into Lagos from Ghana loaded in two vans and a J5 bus with a complete weight of 14, 524.8 kilograms.
‘’The three automobiles conveying jumbo baggage of the psychoactive substance have been trailed and intercepted at Ojuelegba space of Lagos within the early hours of Sunday twenty eighth January 2024. Within the technique of blocking the automobiles, two of the drivers jumped off on movement whereas the third driver, 66-year-old Nasiru Ojomu, who works with wished Akala, Mushin-based drug baron, Suleiman Jimoh (alias Olowo Idi Ogede, also referred to as Temo) was arrested.” Babafemi stated
The NDLEA says within the final three years, its operatives have seized a number of shipments of the identical psychoactive substance price billions of Naira linked to Temo. The wished drug lord has since gone into hiding whereas the Company continues its manhunt for him.
In the identical vein, NDLEA operatives on routine patrol round a warehouse sealed at Church Avenue, Idumota, Lagos by the Company over an ongoing investigation on Thursday 1st February arrested three suspects: Joseph Joshua; Muhammed Adamu and Balarabe Musa who burgled the shop and loaded 546,700 tablets of tramadol and different opioids right into a ready yellow bus marked BDG 447 XD and an unregistered Suzuki minibus.