NDLEA razes 317 tons of cannabis in Edo

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has busted a cluster of cannabis syndicates operating in the Opuje forest in Edo State. The warehouses and tents storing over 317,417 kilograms (317.4 metric tons) of the substance have been destroyed. A police impersonator, Omoruan Theophilus, 37, was used to move the drugs from the forests to the cities, said NDLEA Head of Media, Femi Babafemi. His statement on Saturday confirmed the arrest of Aigberuan Jacob, 42, Ekeinde Anthony Zaza, 53, and Naomi Patience Ohiewere, 42. Babafemi noted that the Opuje community in Owan West Local Government Area is notorious for cannabis

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