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 Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have arrested a 27-year-old drug queen, Mrs Opoola Mujidat, for planting drugs concealed in fetish bowls, containing scary native black soap and sponge on two Oman-bound male passengers at the departure hall of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja (MMIA), Lagos.

The passengers, Raji Babatunde Kazeem and Akinbobola Omoniyi were travelling together to Oman, the Middle East, on an Ethiopian Airlines flight on Monday 11th July when they were intercepted by NDLEA operatives at the airport.

Spokesman of the agency, Femi Babafemi, said on Sunday in Abuja that a search of their luggage revealed wraps of cannabis Sativa hidden in bowls of native black soap and sponges packed into a bag containing food items, which Kazeem was carrying.

Both Kazeem and Omoniyi immediately alerted the anti-narcotic officers that Mujidat who was still within the vicinity gave the bag containing the illicit substance to them at the airport and she was promptly arrested.

The lady accepted responsibility, stating that she brought the luggage for the two passengers to give to her husband in Oman.

Mujidat, who hails from Oyo East LGA in Oyo State, confessed during a preliminary interview that the bag containing the food items was packed by her with different items, including the black soap used to conceal the illicit substance.

Meanwhile, in Nasarawa State, NDLEA operatives intercepted over 91 jumbo bags of cannabis, weighing 1,029.5kg concealed in a truck mounted natural gas tank truck at Doma road, around 500 Housing Estate, Lafia.

A 52-year-old suspect, Ernest Ojieh, was arrested in connection with the seizure on Saturday 9th July.

This was barely four days after operatives at Agwan Doka, Lafia, the state capital, seized 38 big bags of the same substance with a total weight of 367kg.

Two suspects, Abdullahi Iliyasu, 30, and Bashir Mohammed, 29 were arrested over the seizure.

In Kaduna and Adamawa states, over half a million pills of pharmaceutical opioids were seized and suspects arrested in raid operations across the two states.

“In Kaduna alone, 294,400 pills of Tramadol and Diazepam were seized from Shaban Nasir, Aminu Usman and Shamsudeen Hussaini, along Abuja-Kaduna express road as well as Sa’idu Yahaya and Umar Abubakar, during a follow-up operation in Kano State, all on Friday 15th July,” Babafemi said.


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