Two individuals who allegedly tried to smuggle 115 kilogrammes of illicit medicine into Rivers State have been arrested by the Nationwide Drug Enforcement Company (NDLEA), Rivers Command.
The company’s spokesman in Rivers State, Emmanuel Ogbumgbada, confirmed the event on Tuesday.
Ogbumgbada mentioned the suspects tried to smuggle about 200 blocks of compressed Hashish Sativa weighing 115 kg saved inside 5 baggage.
“The NDLEA Ahoada Space Command intercepted the contraband inside ash colored Hyundai Sonata saloon automobile close to the JTF checkpoint in Ahoada East Native Authorities Space of Rivers.
“Two suspects have been arrested in reference to the seizure.
“Preliminary investigation revealed that the suspects had been transferring the illicit substance from Edo State to Omoku space of Rivers State to provide to their clients,” he mentioned.
Ogbumgbada mentioned the suspects had been at the moment being interrogated by NDLEA operatives and had already offered helpful data.
Illicit Medicine: NDLEA intercepts 115kg of hashish in Rivers