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NDLEA Arrests Tailor For Drug Trafficking, Okechukwu Kingsley Excretes 44 Wraps Of Cocaine

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NDLEA Arrests Tailor For Drug Trafficking, Okechukwu Kingsley Excretes 44 Wraps Of Cocaine

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August 6, 2015 – NDLEA Arrests Tailor For Drug Trafficking, Okechukwu Kingsley Excretes 44 Wraps Of Cocaine

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have apprehended a 29-year-old fashion designer, Okechukwu Kingsley Ajaero over unlawful importation and possession of forty-four (44) wraps of substances that tested positive for cocaine weighing 850grammes.

Ajaero was arrested at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos during the inward screening of passengers on a Qatar Airline flight.

NDLEA Airport commander Hamza Umar said he was coming from Sao Paulo with cocaine.

The suspect, who hails from Abia State, Umar said, excreted 44 wraps of substances that tested positive for cocaine weighing 85 grammes.

The suspect in a statement released by NDLEA blamed his arrest on operational mistake on the part of his business partner.

He said: “I am a fashion designer by profession. I went to Brazil two years ago in search of better working conditions. This is my first time of trafficking in drugs and I got involved through friends.

“I was expecting 30,000 Euros as my profit. My business partner was to collect the drug from me while on transit in Qatar but he failed to show-up. I was compelled to come to Nigeria with the drugs but I excreted 30 on board the aircraft.”

NDLEA Chairman/Chief Executive, Ahmadu Giade said that the Agency will continue to pay attention to passengers coming from Brazil, saying “Brazil is a source country for cocaine and we shall continue to beam our searchlight on this route. Those who seek to enrich themselves through drug trafficking shall be arrested and prosecuted”.

Giade called on members of the public to assist the Agency in reporting suspected cases of drug trafficking, production and abuse for necessary action.

The NDLEA boss added that it is risky to shield drug traffickers because their activities undermine public safety.




  1. Larry Mbong

    August 6, 2015 at 3:38 AM

    See his ugly face, lazzy asshole

  2. RAPO

    August 6, 2015 at 7:18 AM

    Oooooooooooooo they should give hime VISA to go to MALASYA or Dubai with that cocaine so that we can lose one CRIMINAL! Criminals by blood, by soul and spirit…. What we Need now is to be loosing at least 1000 Criminals in every two weeks so that we can regain our integrity back as a nation. He from a “***********.

  3. Dede

    August 6, 2015 at 10:40 AM

    Regret After Parturition of Owl. That’s what your acronym stands for.
    Let me reveal to you a hearty chat between two fairies somewhere under an Iroko tree. The names of those fairies are RA and PO.

    RA: Who be you?
    PO: I’m Chiang Ji aka PO from China
    RA: Wetin cari you come Niaja ?
    PO: I was sent to come and posses a
    man in your country
    RA: Na wu send you?
    PO: My master
    RA: Wetin be your oga nem . Na man
    abi name woman?
    PO: She, no, he, no no, they are, in fact
    it’s a two in one person, a
    hermaphrodite. Its name is he-she.
    RA: No wahala. Na wetin you bi ?
    PA: I’m a she.
    RA: You mean sey your master send you
    come possesion my Darling RAPO?
    PO: Yes, of course
    RA: Why e come bi sey na my darling
    she-he abi na he-she send you
    come possession?
    PO: We want to take him to d next level
    of kolomentality.
    RA: Hahahaha…….hahahaha….haha..
    PO: What tickles your fancy, I mean y the
    RA: Me no know sey una dey yarn pidgin
    English for area.
    PO: Yeah, sometimes we do.

    …to be continue

  4. Great

    August 6, 2015 at 4:04 PM

    Rapo i guess u dnt the meaning of that your ***** name. If u dnt know how to comment on social media then go back to school and learn it. And stop pouring ur frustration on igbo people. Because your tribe are no better.

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