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NDLEA uncovers illicit drugs hidden in baby food, speakers (videos)

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have uncovered illicit drugs hidden in powdered milk, baby food, and sound systems at Lagos airport.

On Monday 5th December, the operatives at the SAHCO export shed of the airport intercepted cans of powdered milk, baby food, and beverages used to conceal 3.4 kilograms of cannabis going to Dubai, UAE.

The interception led to the arrest of a freight agent, Ewelike Chibuike Cyril who presented the consignment for export.

In the same vein, on Thursday 8th December, the operatives uncovered parcels of cannabis weighing 6.30kgs concealed in sound systems (speakers).

The consignment was going to Malabo, Equatorial Guinea through the SAHCO export shed of the airport.

The operatives arrested a freight agent, Joseph Obiji involved and later the following day, Friday 9th Dec nabbed another agent, Mbanu Ifeanyi Andrew in a follow-up operation at ASPAMDA market, Trade Fair Complex, Ojo area of Lagos.

See how NDLEA operatives uncovered all the illicit drugs below:

 

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