NDLEA Uncovers Underground Drug Bunk In Delta (Video)
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has uncovered an underground drug bunk located in a three-bedroom bungalow building in Usiefurum town, Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State.
Naija News reports that the NDLEA Spokesperson, Femi Babafemi, in a statement on Sunday, stated that its operatives stormed a building said to be owned by a drug kingpin, Okrika Kingsley Ozioma, who is now at large.
The building housed over 17.6kgs of Cannabis Sativa, a 2003 Silver Golf car with registration number Lagos KJA 572 AZ used for the distribution of drugs within and outside Warri.
The packages en route to Johannesburg, South Africa were seized at the SAHCO export shed of the Lagos International Airport on Wednesday.
“A female freight agent, Olaleye Adeola has already been arrested in connection with the noodles consignment,” Femi said.
Similarly, narcotic officers had seized at least 1,154,500 pills of Tramadol, Rohypnol and Exol being transported from Onitsha, Anambra to Gombe by a truck driver, Umar Hassan.
The operation followed credible intelligence which led to the seizure of the illicit drugs on Thursday at the Bye pass area of Gombe State.