Most Wanted drug baron in Nasarawa nabbed by NDLEA – The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has started a major breakthrough in the fight against drug and alcohol abuse in Nasarawa State, Sami Ashoko.
The baron wanted not only to spend Easter time in prison, his store full of skonk, as well as 100 bags of drugs weighing 1,095.3 kg
According to a statement by the Director of Media and NDLEA, Femi Babafemi, the decision also made other cyclists arrested in Iyamho, Etsako West Local Government Area of Edo State, including carrying illegal loads. 1,330 kg available for Bauchi State. . The two groups clashed on Friday as they tried to share illegal items for Easter sales.
In Nasarawa, Ashoko, 39, from Ibilo and Time, Edo State, was arrested in Shinge, Lafia, depending on his size. A group of workers broke into his store in Lafia and seized 100 bags of heavy tobacco weighing 1.1 or 1095.3 kilograms.
According to the statement, Nasarawa NDLEA Commissioner, Justice Arinze, said Sami Ashoko was a drug addict on our list in Nasarawa State. The delay comes on the heels of the previous record of a large total of 45 seizures in January 2021 as the highest number of marijuana cases since the inception of the law in 1999. This transfer for the Easter market and which it expects to sell in two weeks pregnant
Similarly, two other drug lords, Adam Badamasi and Adam Abba, were arrested on the same day in Edo State as they tried to lift 950 blocks that changed their weight of 1,300 at 30., purchased in Uzeba, Owan West Local Government Area of State to Bauchi state for Easter sale.
Edo State Drug Enforcement Chief Buba Wakawa explained that his arrest and seizure of the vehicle ruined the car’s Easter market, which was trying to escape the traffic jams. white Peugeot J5 runs them. has registration number Lagos JJJ 722 XC.
Another drug dealer and some of the most popular drug dealers in Abuja were arrested over the weekend on Gwagwalada Road, FCT, while collecting 46 hybrid volumes for drug dealers in the Mabushi area. and Banex of the capital. The head, FCT Command of the Agency, Mohammed Salami Sokoto, said a well-known drug dealer had been identified as a major drug dealer in a major drug cartel in Abuja.
NDLEA / General Manager, Brig-Gen Mohamed Buba Marwa (retd) in his response to the Easter holiday program commended the leaders and men of Nasarawa, Edo and FCT Commands of the Agency for their efforts, adding to the skunk victory means it is illegal to have small english on the street.