Nigerian Woman & 2 Male Hajj Pilgrims Caught With Cocaine Drug In Jeddah Saudi Arabia, Buhari Angry

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August 20, 2016 – 3 Nigerian Hajj Pilgrims From Kwara State (A Women & 2 Men) Caught With Cocaine Drug In Jeddah Saudi Arabia, Buhari Orders Mass Probe Of NDLEA Officials

Buhari is not a happy man at the moment days after three Hajj pilgrims from Kwara state were caught with cocaine drug in Jeddah Saudi Arabia.

To redeem the already battered image of Nigeria, President Buhari has reportedly ordered mass probe of the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency Officials.

According to a source at the anti-narcotic agency who requested not to be named, Buhari is very disappointed and embarrassed. He reportedly ordered a mass probe of the agency especially the ones in Kwara state for gross negligence.

The source added that a woman was among the pilgrims arrested.

We also learned that Mr President felt that  “travelling standards” were compromised by the NDLEA officials, which negated the Federal Government’s stance on corruption.

The source added that the government is already considering a total overhaul and restructuring of the NDLEA.

The penalty for pilgrims arrested with hard drug in Saudi Arabia is death by beheading.

May God have mercy on these ones.

15 thoughts on “Nigerian Woman & 2 Male Hajj Pilgrims Caught With Cocaine Drug In Jeddah Saudi Arabia, Buhari Angry

  1. Absolutely,I 100 percent support the move by the president to probe and overhaul as well as restructuring the NDLEA. This obvious lapses from this organisation suggest a compromise from their officials. Even in the aspect of drug trafficking,the NDLEA have failed to dismantle criminal networks in the country responsible for financing and exporting illegal dangerous drugs such as cocaine and the like. This is evidence as quite a lot of our citizens have being arrested with illegal drugs and subsequently executed in foreign lands. No doubt our image have been stained across the world. We need such restructuring because now is the time to intensified effort in the fight against drug trafficking in the country. Through diplomatic means our president should try as much as possible to liaise with the SAUDI government for the release of our citizens. The NDLEA hold huge part of the blame here for there negligent and compromise.

  2. “Actions are but by intentions”

    ‘Umar b. al-Khattab narrated that the Prophet (S) said: Deeds are [a result] only of the intentions [of the actor], and an individual is [rewarded] only according to that which he intends. Therefore, whosoever has emigrated for the sake of Allah and His messenger, then his emigration was for Allah and His messenger. Whosoever emigrated for the sake of worldly gain, or a woman [whom he desires] to marry, then his emigration is for the sake of that which [moved him] to emigrate.” Narrated by Imam Bukhari and Muslim.

    The ones who carried and hide hard drugs on such a Holy trip have absolutely no intention to perform Hajj. They are criminals. If they are to be beheaded, I have no pity for them. It shows they have no respect for Allah and His messanger, they have no respect for Nigerian authority, they have no respect for themselves.

  3. I believe the NDLEA let down their gaurds for they had over-trusted the spirituality of those making the Hajj. That was a grave mistake. In Nigeria where several people hide under the cloak of clergy and imam to commit heinous crimes, is it ordinary pilgrimage would make them sober up to true worship?

    PLEASE, where is DHunter? Lion don chop am for bush?

  4. Some people can be funny, this is the highest height of risk anyone could have taken. I am very sure they are aware the penalty is death by beheading. I pity them not.

  5. Before nko, all of them are **** pushers and the ***** women go their to do prostitution with the Arabs and they will come back with silver or gold teeth with hijab. Their men will come back hating the Christians. Religion of ****

  6. They should pray that their case is handled over there, cos if it is brought back home under this our dear present president, what they will get will be worse than the Saudia death sentence.

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