The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested a Cameroonian with a Nigerian Army uniform along Michika-Bazza road in Adamawa State.
The suspect who was identified as Ndawai Emma Ngalou was arrested in possession of two ATM cards belonging to one Turaki Mohammed and Ekene Izuegunam.
The success in his arrest was part of the various successes recorded by the agency across the country.
This was contained in a statement by the spokesperson of the agency, Femi Babafemi, on Sunday.
"In Adamawa State, operatives on stop and search patrol along Michika-Bazza Road on Friday, 26th May, arrested a Cameroonian, Ndawai Emma Ngalou, with a pair of Nigerian Army camouflage uniform bearing-Sunday U and two ATM cards belonging to Turaki Mohammed and Ekene Izuegunam," Babafemi said.
He added that operatives of the agency also intercepted a consignment of 32 pieces of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) being transported to bandits in Niger state.
The suspect identified as Musa Muhammadu was intercepted along Wawa Road in Kainji area of Niger state.
According to Babafemi, the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the Agency, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) has since ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the military.
"As the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, intensifies operations at drug joints and routes nationwide ahead of May 29 inauguration of new administrations across the country, its operatives have intercepted a consignment of 32 pieces of Improvised Explosive Devices, IEDs, being taken to bandits' camp in Niger state.
"Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the Agency, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) has since ordered the immediate transfer of a suspect, Musa Muhammadu, caught with the explosives on Monday, 22nd May, along Wawa Road, Kainji, Niger state, to the military.
"Barely a week after NDLEA operatives at the SAHCO export shed of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Ikeja Lagos intercepted a consignment of 30.10kg methamphetamine going to London, UK, another shipment containing 379 grams of the same illicit substance concealed in the false bottom of six black soap containers, packed in a carton containing local hand fans, heading to Cyprus in Europe, has been recovered at a courier company in Lagos by officers of the Directorate of Operations and General Investigation, DOGI, in the Agency.
"In Adamawa state, operatives on stop and search patrol along Michika-Bazza Road on Friday, 26th May, arrested a Cameroonian, Ndawai Emma Ngalou, with a pair of Nigerian Army camouflage uniform bearing-Sunday U and two ATM cards belonging to Turaki Mohammed and Ekene Izuegunam.
"Two ladies: Bilkisu Yusuf, 33, and Kauna Katsina, 25, were on Monday 22nd May arrested, in Ningi town, Bauchi state, with 11,080 pills of tramadol, while Uche Shadrach, 22, was arrested with 20,480 pills of same pharmaceutical opioid on Wednesday 24th May along Okene-Lokoja highway, Kogi state on his way from Onitsha, Anambra state to Minna, Niger state.
"In the same vein, two suspects: Surajo Adamu and Muhammad Ali, were arrested on Friday, 26th May, with 379,200 tablets of Diazepam in the Alimosho area of Lagos, while the MMIA Command of the Agency took custody of 22 cartons of Tramadol 225mg weighing 1,144.30 kg and 12 cartons of Tramadol 120mg with a total weight of 320kg, all containing 2, 317, 400 pills transferred to the Agency by the Airport Command of the Nigeria Customs Service, on Thursday 25th May.
"In Delta State, NDLEA operatives supported by men drawn from the Nigerian Army, NSCDC and the Police on Wednesday, 24th May, raided the notorious Abbi town, Ndokwa West LGA, where three suspects: Eunice Eneh, 52; Animan Ifeoma, 26, and Chuks Webema Dennis, 35, were arrested with a total of 343.9kg cannabis recovered from them.
"A similar mop-up operation in Bayelsa has led to the arrest of a wanted suspect, Ozoemena Egbochue, 38, at the Swali market in Yenagoa on Monday, 22nd May, following the earlier arrest of his sales boy, Morgan Eredeowei with 11,748 pills of tramadol and diazepam.
"While commending the officers and men of the Agency across all Commands nationwide for their professionalism and synergy with other law enforcement agencies in the mop-up operation, Marwa urged them to sustain the offensive action even after the Monday, 29th May handover ceremonies," the Agency's spokesperson stated.
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