NDLEA Seizes N175M Worth Of Hard Currencies From Nigerians Based In Greece & Austria


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Oct 20, 2016 – Pictures: NDLEA Seizes N175Million Worth Of Hard Currencies From Suspected Drug Traffickers, Nigerians Based In Greece & Austria On Their Arrival In Lagos

2 suspected drug pushers were arrested yesterday on their arrival to Nigeria from overseas.

The suspects, Hallowell Lovely and Edos Nicholas were nabbed during the screening of passengers on board a Turkish flight that arrived Murtala Muhammed Int’l Airport yesterday.

Bundles of Hard currencies (€279,190,  $30,000 & £46,450) concealed inside envelopes and shoes were recovered from the suspects

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Nicholas who claimed to be a bakery worker in Austria told NDLEA that several people had given him the money to deliver to their people in Nigeria

The 2nd suspect, Lovely said he works in an African shop in Athens Greece. He claimed that the money recovered from him belongs to his friends and many other people.

15 thoughts on “NDLEA Seizes N175M Worth Of Hard Currencies From Nigerians Based In Greece & Austria

  1. what useless country this guys have suffered there life out look at how you people want to destroy there struggle
    most of them doesn’t have way to send money out to bank

  2. Pls oh.this money is not their money oh.I base here in Spain and we send money to our people through nigerians here. We call it euro to euro. This people are saying the truth. They are not drug trafficers

  3. Is NDLEA now assigned duties to seize travellers’ monies ? This is misplaced effizzy! What will they charge the guys with and how will they prove wrong doing when we are told it is not for the suspect to prove his innocence but rather for the prosecutor to prove the guilt of those they accuse ? This is arrest on suspicion, not based on facts !
    The guys should be let go a beg . Mchweeeeeeew !!!

  4. NDLEA or anything una call una self na beg i take god name de beg Una, join with the name of ancestors abeg make una release those guys money fast even the devil is aware say no be small odd jobs those boys don do to get that block una come sitdon to come collect the cash share among yourselves there is god o chai (mc naira)

  5. Wait oh…which kind mumu arrest be this…you called them suspect yet you didn’t find any hard drugs on them..nothing to implicate them…there are coming from abroad not so…abi na naira them for carry come??…una yeye ehn…useless and clueless set of ppu

  6. this NDLEA have started again they came from Europe there were not arrest with the hard currencies. now in Nigeria u people have started ur stupidity. give them their money let them go.

  7. its quite a pity that some of our NDLEA OFFICIALS dont know what exacltly their work is, they have forgot to realize that the presence of power does not mean that on should be guided by it so blinded.There is no concrete evident to proof what they are saying.This is a case of envy and hatred. please give them their money back.

    You’re back home taking bribe from people and this guys have toiled abroad to make ends meet and getting to their fathers land,these so called officers that doesn’t know their functions are intimidating them for no just cause. you are looking for a means to steal their money.

    Be guided

  8. @franklin Sonwa,please do it give it a second thought again, if you are moving or going to market or bank with huge amount do you expose it or hide it.

  9. That is how they seized one man money in lagos airport. When he returns back to Spain people that actually send those money to their people back home were all over him.the money was 70,ooo euro. The man couldn’t face them any more. he bought snipers in Africa market and drank it. He died before they could take him to the hospital

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