Officers of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have confiscated 126 parcels of Canadian Loud, 63 kilograms synthetic strain of cannabis, stuffed inside a Toyota Corolla vehicle imported from Toronto, Canada at the Tincan port, Lagos.
At SAHCO export shed of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos on the same day, operatives also scuttled move by a freight agent, Mordi Chukwuemeka Samuel, to export 900 grams of Canadian Loud, concealed inside a travel bag containing food items, to Kenya at the
While searching the bag, operatives discovered that one side wall was more bloated than the other, leading to the dismantling of the in which the illicit drugs were recovered.
Earlier on Friday, NDLEA operatives at the Tincan port discovered 63kg Canadian Loud inside bags in the boot of one of the five used vehicles in a container marked, TLLU4840762 shipped from Toronto via Montreal.
In a related news, men of the agency stationed courier services also on Thursday intercepted 1.53kg skunk concealed in old hard drives to be exported to Dubai, United Arab Emirate.
In Benue, agents recovered 859 bottles of Codeine based Syrup weighing 117.3kg abandoned by a suspected dealer far away from NDLEA check point along Enugu – Otukpo road on Wednesday as two suspects: Kabiru Muhammed, 35, and Isah Muhammed, 28, were apprehended in possession of 20 blocks of cannabis weighing 11.2kg hidden in a bag of cassava flakes (garri) along Zaria-Kano road, Kano on Friday.
About seven bags of cannabis were discovered during a raid of an uncompleted building located in a bush in Ala town, Akure area of Ondo state where another Cannabis Sativa weighing 60kg was recovered from one Aminu Mohammed along Ibadan – Oyo road, Oyo state while waiting to board a vehicle to Kebbi State.
In Adamawa state, operatives of the anti-narcotic agency on Saturday bust a clandestine laboratory in Mubi, where Akuskura, new psychoactive substance, was being massively made and supply to Chad, Cameroon and Niger Republic.