NDLEA nabs drug baron with 576kg narcotics hidden inside noodles, cereals and palm oil

One of the big boss in charge of a large volume of methamphetamine and ephedrine distribution in the country has been arrested

Bags of Narcotics

It was game over for a suspected drug baron named Tochukwu Ubah who is alleged to be one of the big boss in charge of a large volume of methamphetamine and ephedrine distribution in the country.

In recent report issued today by Mitchell Ofoyeju, Head, Public Affairs, NDLEA, in Lagos. the suspect Mr. Ubah was arrested by the agency’s Special Enforcement Team, SET, at the old local section of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos upon arrival from Enugu.

The highly sort after suspect was apprehended after strong undercover operations in connection with illegal exportation of 576kgs of narcotics to Durban, South Africa through Apapa Port.

According to reports the drugs found with Tochukwu Ubah seizes up to 266kg of methamphetamine and 310kgs of ephedrine valued at N4.6 billion which were hidden inside noodles, cereals and palm oil.

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