The NDLEA has shared the story of how their operatives arrested a pregnant woman, a 60-year-old grandmother and others during interdiction operations in which 5,527.15 kg of methamphetamine and cannabis sativa, as well as 132,090 tablets of tramadol and 2,000 bottles of codeine were recovered across 5 states and Abuja in the past week.
NDLEA arrests wanted kingpin, another Saudi-bound trafficker with cocaine in sandals, recovers 4kg cocaine soaked in towels from Brazilian returnee; nabs cripple drug dealer, others over 5.8 tons of skunk.
Nigeria’s NDLEA boss, Brig. Gen. Marwa (Retd) has thrown more light on its partnership with the Police Nationale (RAID) of France and commended its support, especially in the areas of training and equipment.
NDLEA Chairman/CEO Buba Marwa has enlightened parents and other stakeholders on how they can help to tackle the menace of drug abuse, which has assumed pandemic proportions among Nigerian youths, as he hails the UNODC, EU, ECOWAS for training on controlled delivery for NDLEA officers, others.
NDLEA arrests wanted drug baron and woman linked to Pakistani cocaine syndicate, recovers over 7.7tons of cannabis, arrests 20 suspects in Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Edo raids; intercepts 497,900 tramadol 225mg pills at Lagos airport.
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“ Symptoms for fentanyl exposure and/or overdose include pinpoint pupils, falling asleep or losing consciousness, slow and shallow breathing, choking or gurgling sounds, limp body, and pale, blue, or cold skin,” the NDLEA stated.
The NDLEA said its operatives have arrested 2 Pakistanis at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos with 8kg of cocaine concealed in a public address system while attempting to board a Qatar Airways flight to Lahole, Pakistan via Doha.
Nigeria’s National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) reveals how its operatives arrested 27-year-old Madu Chukwuemeka Miracle at the Enugu Airport on arrival from Nairobi, Kenya via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Wednesday, 26 October 2022 in connection with cocaine trafficking.
The NDLEA said its operatives have arrested two ladies and two men wanted in connection with over 16,000 kilogrammes of illicit drugs intercepted in Lagos, Abuja and the Netherlands, and others in Edo, Kano, Ondo, Bauchi and Akwa Ibom States.