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Agents of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have captured a 27-year-old medication sovereign, Mrs Opoola Mujidat possessing opiates disguised in fixation bowls at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja (MMIA), Lagos.
The suspect established the medications covered in fixation bowls containing unnerving local dark cleanser and wipe on two Oman-bound male travelers, secured at the flight corridor of the air terminal.
The Director Media and Advocacy, NDLEA, Mr Femi Babafemi expressed this in an explanation on Sunday in Abuja.
Babafemi said that the travelers: Raji Kazeem and Akinbobola Omoniyi were venturing out together to Oman, the Middle East, on Ethiopian Airlines trip on Monday July 11, when they were blocked by NDLEA agents at the air terminal.
He said that a pursuit of their gear uncovered wraps of marijuana sativa concealed in bowls of local dark cleanser and wipe gathered into a pack containing food things, which Kazeem was conveying.
“Both Kazeem and Omoniyi quickly alarmed the counter opiate officials that Mujidat who was still inside the area gave the pack containing the unlawful substance to them at the air terminal.
“She was speedily captured. The woman acknowledged liability and expressed that she brought the gear for the two travelers to provide for her better half in Oman.
“Mujidat, who hails from Oyo East LGA in Oyo State, admitted during primer meeting that the sack containing the food things were loaded by her with various things, including the dark cleanser used to hide the unlawful substance.
Babafemi cited the Chairman, NDLEA, resigned Brig.- Gen. Buba Marwa as recognizing the officials and men of the MMIA Command for the captures, seizures and their mastery.
Marwa cautioned the medication cartels that regardless of the resourcefulness of their methods of camouflage, the committed labor force of the organization would constantly uncovered them and their stunts.