NDLEA intercepted N6bn worth of addictive pills linked to ISIS

Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Buba Marwa, has revealed that illicit drugs worth N6 billion, were intercepted at Apapa port in Lagos state.

The NDLEA chairman said the container came from the Middle East and that the agency had received intelligence report from its international partners on the shipment of narcotics through the Apapa port.

Marwa said the drug, known as Captagon, has been linked to terrorist groups in the Middle East.             He promised Nigerians that the agency would continue to work hard to block the availability of illicit drugs across the country

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