Tag Archives: NDLEA

An Amputee, Beninoise In NDLEA Cell For Hard Drugs Trafficking

A Beninoise, from the Republic of Benin identified as Orobi Adoubi Amen, has been arrested at the Terminal II, Departure Gate of the Muritala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) operatives on Thursday, 18th July, 2024 for drug trafficking .

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Again, NDLEA Intercepts N9.8billion Worth Of Fresh Codeine Shipments From India

Barely three weeks after seizing 6,125 cartons of codeine syrup containing 1,050,000 bottles of the opioid worth over N7, 350,000,000.00 in street value, at the Port Harcourt Ports complex, Onne, Rivers state, operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), has again intercepted another batch of seven containers bearing one million two hundred and twenty nine thousand

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NDLEA Bust Laughing Gas, Tramadol Warehouse In VGC Lekki

A warehouse containing 148 cartons of non-medical nitrous oxide popularly called laughing gas; 108 cartons of fast gas cylinder; 134 pieces of balloon and 109 cartons of infusion charger, among others, have been intercepted at Victoria Garden City (VGC), Lekki Lagos.

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Cocaine Concealed In Shoe Soles Bound For US , UK Intercepted In Lagos

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), have intercepted various quantities of cocaine and opioids such as tramadol, pentazocine injection, morphine sulphate, ketamine injection, among others concealed in soles of shoes, clothes and other items being shipped to the United States, United Kingdom and Cyprus.

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India-Bound Drug Trafficker Gets 25 Years Imprisonment

Three months after vomiting and excreting 80 wraps of cocaine following his arrest by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), at the screening point of terminal 2 of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, (MMIA) Ikeja Lagos, a Delhi, India-bound passenger, Freeman Charles Ogbonna, has been sentenced to 25 years imprisonment by a Federal High Court.

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