NDLEA intercepts massive drugs enroute Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Pakistan

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has intercepted large number of drugs enroute Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Pakistan.

Femi Babafemi, NDLEA spokesman said on Sunday that operatives attached to courier companies in Lagos intercepted 1.2kg of cannabis concealed inside locally made cookies going to Dubai, UAE.

He further said the operatives also seized 920 grams of cocaine hidden inside synthetic hair heading to Saudi Arabia.

According to him, another 1.08kg cannabis concealed in spray cans going to Pakistan were also intercepted.

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Babafemi added that 625grams of methamphetamine hidden in clothing heading to Australia were also seized.

He said across the states, operatives also intensified arrests of traffickers and seizures of illicit drugs.

“A total of 384.7 kilograms of assorted narcotics being transported to the nations capital, Abuja for sale were intercepted and seized at patrol points in Lokoja, Kogi state on Monday 30th August and Thursday 2nd September, 2021,” he disclosed.

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