Officers of the Nigerian Custom Service have intercepted cocaine worth 3 billion naira earlier today around the Seme border.
There has been a high influx in the smuggling and importing of hard drugs into the country. In most cases, land borders; chad, Badagry, Seme are the most common modus operandus of smugglers.
During the early hours of today, Nigerian Custom Service officers intercepted cocaine, hard drugs, and petroleum products worth 3 billion naira.
The news was confirmed by the armed Force spokesman, Hussain Abdullahi, who revealed that the cocaine, petroleum products, and other hard drugs were disguised as religious books on the bus.
“The cocaine weighed a total of 11.913 kilograms after the bus was searched based on a warranted patrol along Seme and Badagry axis”.
” The substances have been transferred to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and National Agency for Food and Drug Administration Control (NAFDAC) for further test and verification”.