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7 Nigerian Drug Dealers Who Ingested Cocaine Arrested On Israel-Bound Flight, Suspects Excreted 9kg Of Cocaine In Lagos NDLEA Detention

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7 Nigerian Drug Dealers Who Ingested Cocaine Arrested On Israel-Bound Flight, Suspects Excreted 9kg Of Cocaine In Lagos NDLEA Detention

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Nov 29, 2014 – 7 Nigerian Drug Dealers Who Ingested Cocaine Arrested By NDLEA In Lagos, 9kg Of Cocaine Excreted By Suspects

Drug Barons Arrested On Israel-Bound Flight, Suspects Excreted 9kg Of Cocaine In Lagos NDLEA Detention

49-Year-old Fred Obi was about to board an Ethiopian Air flight from Abuja to Tel Aviv, Israel with a strange cargo allegedly concealed in his stomach when the law caught up with him. He had ingested 1.594kg of cocaine.

But he was not the only one boarding that same flight with the intention of transporting narcotics they had ingested on November 22, 2014 when they were arrested by men of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

Also arrested were Ekechi Ferdinand, 36; Okonkwo Paul, 20; Azubuogu Obumneme, 30; Okechi Anthony, 34; Anozie Henry, 34 and Okafor Francis, 51.

NDLEA spokesperson, Mr. Mitchell Ofoyeju, confirmed that the raid which was headed by the agency’s commander at the Abuja Airport, Mr. Hamisu Lawan, would turn out to be a revealing one.

The suspects, who were said to have been arrested and isolated, were soon made to excrete the drug they had ingested.

“The last of the suspects eventually finished excreting the drugs in his stomach this morning (Thursday, November 26),” Ofoyeju said.

Ferdinand excreted 1.616kg of cocaine, Paul – 1.103kg, Obumneme – 1.450kg, Anthony – 935 grammes while Henry exctreted 874 grammes of cocaine. The oldest of the suspects, Francis, on his part excreted 1.167kg.

All the suspects, except Obi, were said to have Hong Kong as the destination on their tickets.

NDLEA Chairman, Ahmadu Giade, said that the arrest of the suspects was an added victory to the war against drug trafficking in the country.

He said, “Coming at a time when commanders of our agency are holding a summit to move the agency forward, this is a welcome development.

“Having seven suspected drug traffickers on a single flight is a reflection of the desperation of drug cartels.

“But this will prove to them that the NDLEA has the capacity to stop drug trafficking no matter what method they employ.

“Fortunately for the suspects as well, our arrest has saved their lives because for the suspects heading to Hong Kong, it is clearly stated in their visas that drug trafficking in Hong Kong attracts the death penalty. Nigeria has equally been saved from an embarrassment their arrest would have caused if they were caught over there.”

Meanwhile, the NDLEA has been urged to concentrate on intelligence gathering to identify the sources of wealth of drug barons and stop them from gaining control of real estates, banks and other legitimate businesses in the country.

In a paper titled Establishing an Intelligence Database: Process and Importance for Sustainable Drug Control delivered at the 2014 Command Officers’ Summit in Kaduna, the state Governor, Mukhtar Yero, called on the agency to seek elaborate collaboration with stakeholders in the war against narcotics.

According to a statement by Ofoyeju, Kaduna State has presented a bill to the state House of Assembly to prohibit the abuse of lawful substances like Zakami, an intoxicating local plant said to be used by youths in the state.

Giade said, “Drug barons are constantly devising new ways of smuggling drugs to markets around the world. Most significantly, modes of drug concealment have assumed a more sophisticated pattern. We must continue to embrace change and maintain our superiority ahead of drug syndicates.

“Let us identify better, faster and innovative ways of getting a task done. Let us learn how to prevent and manage crisis. Let us identify barriers to effective training, anti-drug abuse counselling, information gathering, diligent prosecution and proffer solutions on the way forward.”

[Reported By Kunle Falayi, Punch NG]

18 Comments

18 Comments

  1. Ty

    November 29, 2014 at 4:30 AM

    Here we go again they are all our brothers from the e**t.
    Why the desperation? Didn’t u guys read a drug dealer sentenced to death

  2. Big Daddy

    November 29, 2014 at 5:01 AM

    Get rich or die trying na so life be

  3. RAZZO

    November 29, 2014 at 8:02 AM

    BID DADDY.
    YOU ARE A ***!!!! YOU ***S CRIMINALS ARE THE ONE THAT HAS SPOILT THE NAME OF THE COUTNRY WORLD WIDE, BOKO HARAM ARE EVEN BETTER THAN YOU PEOLE…. ****.

  4. Tboy

    November 29, 2014 at 8:55 AM

    Fred Obi, Ekechi Ferdinand,Okonkwo Paul,Azubuogu Obumneme,Okechi Anthony,Anozie Henry and Okafor Francis;

    Please can anyone tell me which part of Nigeria these suspects are from??
    Do these names not tell a story?
    Is this a coincidence or déjà Vu ?
    Do these names not follow a pathological order?

    The root of desperate search for money at whatever cost is the root of all evils….at the end of the its all vanity upon vanity. You guys should go and ask Abuchi Ngokwe, the man recently sentenced to death in Malaysia, for trafficking cocaine to the country.

    We should all stop criticising the government if we as individuals are also morally bankrupt .
    I rest my case!

    • Tboy

      November 29, 2014 at 9:56 AM

      ……Cont/d
      Amaechi Eze & Eric chimezie Oluigbo, are both Nigerians caught trafficking cocaine to Malaysia- they have both been sentenced to death by hanging.

      Ejiogu Benjamin Ikechuckwu, was caught in Vietnam for trafficking cocaine and he was sentenced to death by lethal injection.
      “Vanity upon Vanity”. The desperate quest/love for money at all cost is the root of all evils.
      Please my brothers STOP tarnishing Nigeria’s already spoilt image abroad!

  5. teddy

    November 29, 2014 at 9:19 AM

    Lawd they just fuckd up….thank God yall ass was caught here and not in Hong kong

  6. fairjudge

    November 29, 2014 at 9:36 AM

    All from the same clan ? na bi small thing for the get rich faster or die trying policy of these people

  7. UZOMA

    November 29, 2014 at 11:21 AM

    They all should be executed if found guilty.

  8. uncle k

    November 29, 2014 at 6:39 PM

    Uzom, you are a true child of your parents, after all the Bible says the wages of sin is death, but must the names be CHIGIZIE CHIMEDU, OBINA, and co? i think is the right time the ***S call their siblings to order instead of looking for a word to fight back with, when criticised by other Nigeria tribe.

  9. Uzoma

    November 29, 2014 at 8:16 PM

    Thanks uncle k. A spade should be called a spade. Anybody who commits a crime should pay for it irrespective of where that person is from. Those fools back in the village who praise anybody with a so called mansion without questioning the source of the money should equally share the blame but the biggest blame goes to those who in the quest to be praised or impress the ladies. They never listen. The Asian countries do not take drug trafficking lightly.

  10. Uzoma

    November 29, 2014 at 8:17 PM

    Thanks uncle k. A spade should be called a spade. Anybody who commits a crime should pay for it irrespective of where that person is from. Those fools back in the village who praise anybody with a so called mansion without questioning the source of the money should equally share the blame but the biggest blame goes to those who in the quest to be praised or impress the ladies. They never listen.

  11. ramsez

    November 30, 2014 at 12:19 AM

    All they know is to deal cocaine, screw people, human meat restaurant and manufact babies. Now they are claiming Biafra republic. Let them go in their drug and blood biafra republic. Nonsense.

  12. dele

    November 30, 2014 at 12:42 AM

    Jews of Africa here we come.only God knows what Biafran would look like when they are independent.Am really sorry for these people.so greedy they could selk their mothers for peanut.They really own lagos and Abuja because of their business accumen.

  13. James

    November 30, 2014 at 11:09 AM

    A sin should should be condem no matter the tribe that comitted it, some say boko haram is better than this, what a shame and a folish comments, but sometimes other tribes used the name of other trib to commit crime, check this people well not all of them are from that tribe.i feel that if the Biafria will be given to them, it may go well because they will be empolyed in a meanfil work not always be an asistance to an illitrate DG who can only sign signature, not only that tribe are in drug business, others are the funding father, how many from this tribe was excuted by firing squade during Buhari/Idiagbo regime?GUYS I NEED AN ANSWER.

  14. Bob

    November 30, 2014 at 3:47 PM

    Soja go Soja come barracks still dey .hustle guy make money

  15. Janet

    August 26, 2015 at 9:42 AM

    WHY ARE PEOPLE TOO DESPERATE TO GET FOR GOD SAKE?

  16. Janet

    August 26, 2015 at 9:43 AM

    WHY ARE PEOPLE DESPERATE TO GET RICH FOR GOD SAKE?

  17. Birinbo Furubo

    April 4, 2016 at 2:28 PM

    These ***** have no God, no Kings, no revered elders; all that matters to them is money. May be we should offer them money to give up the silly idiocy the call Biafra

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