A Nigerian drug trafficker has been arrested after he was trying to leave the country. He was arrested by the national drug law enforcement agency in Nigeria. His name had been identified as Chukwudi Destiny. He swallowed pellets of cocaine and heroin, he was on his way out of the country when he was arrested at the Murtala Mohammad international airport in Lagos state.
This is a good job coming from the NDLEA of Nigeria. Drug trafficking is illegal and anyone caught with it would be arrested. This is exactly what happened to Chukwudi Destiny. He swallowed forty pellets of heroin and cocaine when he was caught in Lagos state. He would have successfully carried it out of the country to where he was going.
It is illegal, and Nigerians should be very careful. It is a business that one's shouldn't even think of doing at all. Anyone found would be arrested and they would be punished accordingly.
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