The Nationwide Drug Legislation Enforcement Company (NDLEA) has intercepted parcels of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and hashish sativa being shipped to the UK, Australia, Northern Eire, Maldives and New Zealand.
Undercover narcotics brokers hooked up to 2 worldwide courier corporations in Lagos made the seizures.
The company confirmed that Sikiru Owolabi, described as a infamous trafficker, was behind at the very least two of the parcels.
Owolabi was arrested after days of surveillance by NDLEA operatives, the spokesman, Femi Babafemi stated in an announcement.
The suspect was tracked after 1 kilogramme of cocaine hid in cream containers and meant for Dublin in Northern Eire was found at a courier agency in Lagos.
One other 200 grammes of cocaine ready for cargo to London was uncovered in the identical courier firm.
In a separate undercover operation, 320 grammes of heroin hid in earrings from Congo and going to Australia was seized at a courier agency in Lagos.
Equally, 390 grammes of cocaine hidden in males’s clothes and going to Northern Eire was intercepted in the identical firm.
Different seizures embrace 500 grammes of hashish sativa hid in car elements going to New Zealand and 200 grammes of methamphetamine hidden inside an award plaque headed to New Zealand.
The bust plus 200 grammes of methamphetamine hid in a e-book going to the Maldives have been found in one other courier firm.
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