NDLEA Intercepts Over 399 Pieces of IEDs En route Kaduna in Niger State
No fewer than 399 pieces of improvised explosive devices were recovered by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA from one Asana Leke, 39, along Mokwa-Jebba Road on Thursday, September 7.
The suspect, who said the explosives were handed to him at a park in Ibadan, Oyo State, to be delivered to someone in Kaduna, had since, alongside the exhibits, been transferred to the military authorities in Niger State.
Apart from the various drug control efforts, the NDLEA state commands and other formations also continued the anti-narcotics agency’s war against drug abuse advocacy campaigns in schools, worship places, palaces and local communities amongst others.
The spokesperson for the NDLEA, Femi Babafemi, made the development known on Sunday in an official email.
He also noted that NDLEA operatives intercepted consignments of skunk concealed in tomato pastes, and methamphetamine hidden in used clothes meant for export to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.
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