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Two drug dealers pooped 191 pellets of cocaine, heroin at Lagos Airport

 Two drug dealers pooped 191 pellets of cocaine, heroin at Lagos Airport 

Two associated drug dealers caught by agents with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos, have discharged 191 pellets of cocaine, heroin. 

Chief, Media and Advocacy of the organization, Femi Babafemi, who unveiled this in an assertion on Sunday, April 18, said Chukwudi Destiny was captured during the outward freedom of an Italy bound Ethiopian Airline. 

"On tenth April 2021, during the outward screening of travelers on Ethiopian carrier to Italy, NDLEA agents at MMIA caught and alluded one Chukwudi Destiny for filtering and the output result demonstrated positive to sedate ingestion. Thus, he was set under discharge perception and all the while; he discharged 92 pellets of Heroin with an all out weight of 1.300Kg," the assertion says. 

On Friday sixteenth of April, 2021, another dealer, Ezekiel Chibuzo who showed up Lagos from Brazil on board Qatar carrier was likewise captured for drug ingestion. He has so far discharged 99 wraps of cocaine. 

Likewise on twelfth April 2021, during the inbound assessment of transfers on Ethiopian aircraft freight departure from South Africa, agents at SAHCO import shed made a capture of 11.550kg of Heroin astutely pressed and disguised in corn drops containers. Four clearing specialists are in authority in association with the seizure. 

As indicated by the Commander, MMIA Command of the NDLEA, Ahmadu Garba, a sting activity was executed on the location given by one the suspects. 

All the while, a Congolese, Kayembe Kamba Mazepy was captured. After his capture, he referenced someone else who is to get the bundle from him. 

On the strength of the data, another sting activity was led in the early long stretches of Saturday seventeenth April, 2021 where the individual that came to take conveyance was captured. 

In a comparable turn of events, officials at trade shed of the air terminal have additionally held onto 822.950kg of khat leaves making a beeline for UK and US. 

Responding to the most recent medication pull at the air terminal, Chairman of NDLEA, Brig. General Mohamed Buba Marwa complimented the officials and men of the MMIA Command for their obligation to the countries campaign against illegal medications. 

"While I laud the officials and men of our MMIA Command, let me again caution unrepentant nobles and dealers that the game is up for them since well keep on disturbing their criminal exchange as a component of endeavors to get our country and secure the eventual fate of our young people, Marwa expressed in his message on Sunday." he expressed.

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