. Nabs notorious interstate traffickers in Adamawa, Benue A major illicit drug kingpin in Anambra, Okeke Chijioke, 44, has been arrested by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA and 548,000 tablets of Tramadol branded as Tarkadol recovered from his warehouse at 3 Atunya street, Maryland estate, Nkwelle, Oyi local government area of the state.
A young man has been apprehended after he was caught conveying hard drugs such as 35,950 capsules of Tramadol, and some Diazepam to a disclosed camp location, that was said to be Boko haram resident in Borno. The NDLEA, which is the Acronym for National Drug Law Enforcement Agency has apprehended one Isah Mohammed, who was reportedly transporting hard illicit drugs to Boko Haram.
The national drug law enforcement agency (NDLEA) has reportedly arrested a young man who supplies Tramadol Capsules to suspected Boko Haram insurgents. The name of this young man who supplies these Tramadol to suspected Boko Haram insurgents is yet to be identified. New Pictures currently going viral on the internet, showed the moment NDLEA were parading a young man who supplies Tramadol Capsules to suspected Boko Haram insurgents.
An 80 years old suspect who has been identified as Mary Adebayo, has been arrested with her 19 years old granddaughter in Ondo State.Her offense according to reports, is that she sells drugs like cocaine, tramadol and other bad drugs which is not allowed in the country.
Tramadol is made for the eradication of pains. This medicine is used to cure severe pains, for example injury pains, body pains, breast cancer pains etc.Tramadol is approved for adults severe pains that require opioid analgesic and of which other treatments are not tolerated. Tramadol was approved as a fast pain reliever that was to be taken under prescription by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 1995 in the U.S.
AK47, Tramadol & Motorbikes: A Critical Look At 3 Awful Combination That Fuels Insecurity In Nigeria
While Nigeria confronts the humanitarian fallout of the ongoing Boko Haram insurgency, banditary, Fulani herdsmen and farmer clashes, kidnapping, armed robbery and simmering separatism in the South East, crucial reforms have been stalled.In an excerpt from a Daily Trust report by Bulama Bukati titled, "AK47, Tramadol And Boxer – The Triad Ingredients Of Nigeria’s Insecurity", the renown journalist highted 3 tools as the biggest factors driving insecurity in Nigeria, saying, "the combination of AK47 with Tramadol and Boxer creates a self-feeding fire-storm".
Mohammed Buba Marwa who is the current Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has been praised in recent times for the newly recorded successes in terms of intercepting hard substances. Buba Marwa who hails from Adamawa State was an officer in the army and former Governor of Borno State during the administration of General Ibrahim Babangida as well as being the Governor of Lagos State during General Sani Abacha's regime.
89 Suspected Drug Dealers Nabbed By NDLEA In KadunaThe state National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) commander, Iyke-Uche Samuel disclosed at a news conference on Tuesday, in Kaduna that the NDLEA has apprehended no fewer than eighty-nine suspected drug dealers in Kaduna State between January and May.
80-Year-Old Grandma And 19-Year-Old Grand Daughter Allegedly Caught With 192kg Cocaine In Ondo State
In life, what people do in search of money is infinity.We have heard and seen people get arrested after being caught doing illegitimate jobs.Just in, 80-year-old grandma whose name is mary Adebayo and 19-year-old grand daughter whose name is Fumilola Adebayo has been apprehended with 192kg cocaine, skuchies and heroin in Ondo state.
A Nigerian pharmacist has cautioned against the abuse of drugs, revealing that three friends had died after taking overdosed paracetamol, also known as acetaminophen, that was mixed with a carbonated soft drink. The deceased could not get their hands on Tramadol, and opted for the said combination which caused them to slump after a while at a party, and were later confirmed dead in a hospital.
Chijioke Okeke, a drug kingpin in Anambra state have been arrested by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. Femi Babafemi, the director of NDLEA Media and Advocacy, said that the Tramadol, branded as Tarkadol, was recovered from Okeke’s warehouse located at Atunya Street, Maryland Estate, Nkwelle, Oyi.
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Nigeria is one of the fastest-growing countries in terms of Civilization.One of the major problems that disrupt the growth of Nigeria is the Security insurgency.
Various hard drugs including 28 wraps of cocaine, 57 capsules of Tramadol, 62 tablets of Swinol, 11 sachets of Skunk, 25 wraps of Indian hemp, among others, were recovered from four youths during a raid on a black spot by the operatives of the Delta State Police Command, the command announced on Saturday, July 24.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) arrested a suspected drug dealer in Anambra State. After the drug dealer was arrested, The NDLEA released a statement. In their statement, The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) stated that the suspected drug dealer identified by his name, Okeke Chijioke, was accused of using illegal drugs and after they arrested him, the NDLEA recovered 548,000 Tramadol tablets in his warehouse in Oyi, Local Government Area of Anambra state.
Among the numerous problems that currently plague Nigeria and Nigerian, the rising drug menace is one to be very worried about.Agents of the National Drug Law enforcement agency on Tuesday seized a shipment of 4,995,200 Tramadol that weighed 2,498.2 kg. The spokesperson, mr. Babafemi had revealed that the container that carried these capsules had been on their radar for a while now.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has been putting out its best towards ensuring that hard drugs do not find their way into Nigeria. In a recent report filed by Channels Television, another success was recorded by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested a suspected drug lord in Anambra State. The NDLEA in a statement said they arrested the suspected major illegal drug lord, Okeke Chijioke in Anambra state and they recovered 548,000 tablets of Tramadol that he branded as Takardol in his warehouse at Oyi local government area of the state.
The operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency(NDLEA) have intercepted contraband heading to Bornu State. A package containing 34,950 packs of Tramadol and Diazepam have been intercepted en route Bornu from Lagos State. The NDLEA operatives in Lagos have seized illicit drugs suspected to be heading to the camps of the insurgents in Bornu State.
Drug is defined as any substance taken into the body to prevent illness and diseases.Drugs is one of the basis of humanity as it is taken to either make us stronger or make us deformed.It all depends on the usage.Drug abuse is the excess and the mis-use of drugs taken into the body.
Dedeigbo Ayodeji The Federal Operation Unit of the Nigeria Customs Service Zone B had made seizure of over 198 Million Naira suspected to be narcotic drugs which was said to have been armful to to body . In continuation of the fight against smuggling, the Federal Operations Unit, Kaduna under the leadership of Comptroller Albashir Hamisu psc(+) has presented a record of its activities for June 2021.