NDLEA arrests three with 414kg of cannabis in Delta

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested three persons for trafficking in 690 blocks of compressed cannabis weighing 414 kilograms.

Two of the suspects, Anthony Osoria and Onyeka Okoronkwo were nabbed at Issele Azagba along Asaba- Benin expressway on February 18 while Shedrack Nwenyi was arrested in Owerri, Imo State on February 19, 2021.

The state commander of the agency, Obiefule Dennis, who did not give details of the arrest, commended the officers for their vigilance as he called on drug traffickers to desist from the illicit trade.


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“Please do not talk to my father. He is yet to come to terms with the death of his son. It is a most tragic experience. How does one quantify the loss of a dear brother? My brother was killed like an animal by two herdsmen. His offence was that he asked them to drive their cows off his already cultivated farmland,” Bisi Olaosepin, whose brother was hacked to death, struggled to hold back his tears as he relayed to Sunday Tribune the horrible experience that culminated in the passage of his brother…NDLEA arrest three with 414kg of cannabis in Delta

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