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Military Officer Planted Drugs In Brother’s House And Reported Him To NDLEA In Ebonyi

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A military officer, Anayo Nwamban, has been arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency for planting a drug in his brother’s house, reported him to the agency in Ebonyi state.

A spokesperson for the NDLEA, Femi Babafemi, who disclosed this in a statement on Sunday, said the truth came to light after the drug supplier was arrested.

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Babafemi said, “In Ebonyi State, a military officer, Anayo Nwamban, who bought 1.1 kilogrammes of cannabis from Mami market, planted same in his elder brother’s house and then made a report to the NDLEA office with a view to implicating his brother, was arrested on Friday, September 3. After the arrest of his supplier, he admitted to purchasing and planting same in his brother’s house.”

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The official said the agency also arrested a 22-year-old member of the National Youth Service Corps, Arnold Maniru, for allegedly importing four kilogrammes of drugged candies from the United Kingdom.

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“The youth corps member serving with a government agency in Abuja was arrested on Saturday, August 28, 2021, following the interception of a consignment at the warehouse of a transport company.

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“A controlled delivery of the parcel, which contains the candies laced with Arizona, a strong variant of cannabis and some liquid, was subsequently carried out,” he added.


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