Nigerian Grandmother,Trader Arrested With Heroin Drug In Lagos Confesses “I’m Not A Criminal”

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August 27, 2016 – Nigerian Grandma, Trader Arrested With Heroin Drug At MMIA Airport In Lagos Confesses “I’m Not A Criminal, Just Want To Survive”

The NDLEA has arrested a 51-year-old grandma from Ijebu Ode Ogun State.

The suspect identified as Monsurat Akinyemi told the anti-narcotic agency she was introduced into drug trafficking by a friend in Uganda after she told him of her plan to expand her business in Nigeria.

NDLEA Commander, Ahmadu Garbu said the 180g of heroin found on the suspect was neatly packed inside her luggage and that she arrived Nigeria on an Ethiopian Airlines flight from Entebbe Uganda yesterday.

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Read the suspect’s confession below:

“I got married after I graduated from Muslim Comprehensive High School Ijebu-Ode. I am a trader. I used to buy and female clothes from India for sale. However, due to family problems and the economic situation, my capital is getting smaller and I wanted to expand my business. I was introduced to drug trafficking by a friend who invited me to Uganda.

I invested my $3,000 in the deal in expectation of over one hundred (100) percent profit. I am sad that things did not go as planned. When the drug was discovered at the airport, I felt as if it was all over for me.  I am not a criminal. I just want to survive. ”.

12 thoughts on “Nigerian Grandmother,Trader Arrested With Heroin Drug In Lagos Confesses “I’m Not A Criminal”

  1. You are lucky you were not caught in Indonesia. They will put you in prison for 10 years before executing you by firing squad.

  2. Grandma pls define the word “CRIMINAL” for me. She’s bn doing this for long but nemesis caught up with her. Anyway, I rejoice with you, you weren’t caught in the foreign land. Whereby you will be sentenced to death by hanging or otherwise….

  3. hahaha u jst want to survive abi,so tell me who dont want to survive? if everybody that wants to survive start venturing to dat illegal drug business, do u think dat ur friend dat introduced u in the business would have see chance or space for him or her to come talkless of introducing to introduce u? is bcus its illegal dats why he let u in.rip in jail.

  4. Expansion of business means expansion to incorporate drug pushing ? I don’t say you are telling lies but only that I don’t get your point. Sorry o !!!

  5. LMAO you not a criminal then what are you? a drug dealer?.. your excuse for getting involve in such business is not genuine. how many times have you carried this before you were caught? it a pity a granny enjoy your days in jail and tell those stories to your fellow prisoners just thank your stars you were caught in Nigeria and not Indonesia you would have been gone by now.

    #clueless human
    #IT_CAN_ONLY_GET_BETTER

  6. Those who can do more than what this woman did, would be the sweetest tongue commentators, but nevertheless madam, I pray may they not judge you death, if you free from this never follow that route anymore, the shame of this scandal is almost the same shame with armed robbers

  7. Madam its not that u felt its over for u, but its truely over for u by giving urself a bad name doing drugs. I am sure this is not ur first time for u to have offered someone $3000, it shows u decided to purchase those drugs and resell which has always been ur line of business.
    People that are lured into the business don’t pay for it they would be paid after d job is done. Hope u learn from dis.

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