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Nigeria: NDLEA Nabs 14 Suspected Drug Dealers

Herb Fellow

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, (NDLEA), has arrested 14 suspected drug dealers, seizing over 400kg of Indian hemp in Bauchi State.

Parading the suspects yesterday, the state commandant, NDLEA, Mr. Sule Momodu said that the arrest followed series of raids on the victims' hideouts with over 400 kilogrammes of Cannabis.

Momodu said that preliminary investigations showed that the suspects had been involved in the illegal business for years, adding that they would soon be charged to court.

He further said that one of the suspects was earlier arrested and charged to court in 2002, but jumped bail.

"The wanted suspect was earlier arrested by men of the command and charged to court in 2002, but he jumped bail and continued with his nefarious business," Momodu said.

He however, disclosed that the command had launched a manhunt for a notorious drug peddler known as "Danyaro Action" for alleged drug trafficking in the state.

Source: allafrica.com
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Boss

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I think I missed something here. No paved streets, sewers, running water, electricity, food, shelter, social order, yet you gonna bust someone with Indian hemp. LOL

Gotta get that anti-drug money from the U.S..

Man when we stop shelling out all our tax dollars to the rest of the world for BS, we will be in much better shape.

You would think that matching money for running water wells and sewer treatment would be a better way to spend our dollars.
 

Herb Fellow

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Let freedom ring, stop anti-drug money worldwide.
 
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