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In Delta State Man caught with fake drugs worth N40m, arrested

Eli, who claimed to be a graduate of Management Science from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, while speaking with newsmen, said he had been in the business for over one year.

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Fake drugs worth N40m recovered in Asaba, Delta State play

Fake drugs worth N40m recovered in Asaba, Delta State

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Assorted counterfeit drugs worth over N40 million have been discovered in Asaba, the Delta State capital.

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The suspect, who was identified as Paul Osita Eli, was arrested in the early hours of Monday at Number 2, Charles Edozien Avenue, Asaba, where he was reportedly packaging the counterfeit drugs with mobile authentication number to make it look genuine.

The drugs found in his three-bedroom apartment where he operates from included Maloxine, Lumatem (anti-malaria drugs), LOFNAC, Buscomac and Rysovin alongside already printed mobile authentication numbers.

Eli, who claimed to be a graduate of Management Science from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, while speaking with newsmen, said he had been in the business for over one year.

He also added that he did the packaging of the drugs after receiving them from his business associate, whom he simply named as Chibuike in Lagos.

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Disclosing that he distributed the drugs in Kano through his business partner, one Chubuike in Sabon Gari, the suspect, who hails from Anambra State, said the drugs were imported from India by his partner in Lagos.

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