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Nigerian Customs seize cocaine value over N3.9billion in bus conveying non secular books

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Operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service connected to the Seme Space Command have seized cocaine value N3.9billion.

An announcement launched by the spokesperson for the command, Hussain Abdullahi, says the arduous medication weighing 11.913 kilogrammes had been found in a bus conveying non secular books. Based on the assertion, a sizeable quantity of petroleum merchandise packaged in sacks had been additionally intercepted by the operatives.

The assertion reads

“The Seme Space Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has initiated offensive patrol in opposition to the smuggling of petroleum merchandise alongside the creeks inside the Seme and Badagry axis. This renewed effort led to the interception of huge portions of petroleum merchandise packaged in sacks on Wednesday, 26 January 2022.

The aforementioned gadgets had been efficiently evacuated to the command premises the place an examination was performed. 1,065 jerrycans of petroleum merchandise, equal to 31,950 litres had been found with a Obligation Paid Worth of N10,041,198.

In the identical vein, officers and males of the command whereas conducting cease and search alongside Seme-Badagry Expressway intercepted 11 parcels of substance suspected to be cocaine in a Ford Transit bus conveying non secular books. Additionally, one suspect has been arrested in reference to the seizure.

Whereas showcasing the seizure, the Customs Space Controller, Mr Bello Mohammed Jibo, defined that the substance was intercepted at about 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, January 23.

Consequently, the substance was subjected to check and verification by the Nationwide Drug Legislation Enforcement Company and Nationwide Company for Meals and Drug Administration and Management and was discovered to be cocaine weighing 11.913kg.”

 

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