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Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Nigerian Man Enroute To Madagascar Excretes 270 Grammes Of Cocaine

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have arrested a 47-year-old man, who attempted to export 270 grammes of cocaine to Madagascar.




The suspect, Odili Onyekwere, was arrested at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, during the outward screening of passengers on a Kenyan Airways flight to Ivato International Airport, Antananarivo, Madagascar.


The NDLEA Commander at the Lagos Airport, Ahmadu Garba, said: “This is the first arrest and seizure in the year of a passenger heading to Madagascar from this airport.

The suspect, Odili Onyekwere, successfully excreted 25 wraps of cocaine, which he ingested, while under close observation.
“He is cooperating with our team of investigators and the case will soon be charged to court.”

During interrogation, the Rivers State-born suspect said he went into drug trafficking out of frustration.
The father of two, who trades in foot wear in Lome, Togo, said: “I am married with two children and I sell shoes in Lome, Togo. As a result of the economic downturn, my capital kept depreciating until I lost everything.
“It was the frustration of not being able to provide for my wife and two children that made me go into smuggling of cocaine.

“It is my first time. They promised to pay me $1,000, which is over N400,000, going by the present exchange rate.”

Commenting on the arrest, the Chairman/Chief Executive of the agency, Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah, said with the use of latest technology in drug control, the agency would continue to disappoint those hoping to get rich quick from drug trafficking.

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*Can you imagine that he even did the exchange rate before embarking on this do or die journey?who do we blame?APC or the devil?


65 comments:

  1. He'll blame both as usual. They just won't listen, always believing those that got caught aint smart enough. Na wa!

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  2. Some people and their desperation for money. The person that sent you will be somewhere enjoying himself /herself while you rot in jail.

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  3. Blame it on greed. When will they ever learn from other people's experience who were caught? It's a pity.

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    1. they are even Lucky to be caught in Nigeria. what if it's that country where the kill them? people never learn.

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  4. He alone should be blamed.
    This is what happens when u let greed get d best outa u.
    Come to think of it,have y'all ever wondered how those cocaine being exported came about.
    In abuja and lagos,if u wana get a quick sniff it isn't a problem.most clubs and agents make it readily available hence u begin to wonder who the fuck imported this stuff to country up to the point that some greedy individuals have turned themselves into exporters.
    Truth is NDLEA as an entity is CORRUPT.trust me,if uv got the money to settle them,u'd go Scott free.
    Got a useless frnd that deals in this sort of thing and she hasn't been caught,not even once...No be the same MIA? Abeeegi!!!
    Even the seized ones from the so called NDLEA are being sold to agents by staff of the organisation

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    1. @ Elena, u actually wrote that up there without going anonymous

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  5. God have mercy. Poverty everywhere. Stellosky good morning

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    1. if it's poverty then everybody will be doing it. there are other things one can do to beat poverty starting from the money he used in arranging these drugs and buying tickets.

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  6. Lol @ who do we blame? I wonder who will now provide for the wife n children. Bro u are on a long thing

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  7. 1.Busted!!! This one he was caught in Nigeria, I am not understanding #scratches head#. Is it that e didn't want to comply or gini?

    2.The difference btwn APC N the devil is just the name....They both ve the same meaning.

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  8. When would people learn? If everybody thinks of the recession and how frustrated they are, then this country would have gone really bad and rotten. Attimes I don't pity people like this because they know the law and yet still go ahead to poke the law.

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  9. I heard that this people that swallow drugs, they use ogbono soup to swallow the drug. Oya is it true? I want to know.

    Shame on him.

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    1. Ask your best friend Linda. Drug Na her brother business .

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  10. APC and the Devil? Blame old man that wasted his youth.

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  11. Stella Pls don't blame it on anybody. Everybody has an excuse. Now he is going to be locked away and those kids will suffer even more. When you think of committing a crime coz of those you love, remember what will happen to them when you get caught.

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  12. We blame the APC Things are getting harder everyday .Thou no excuse for crime

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  13. See what Vuharia and his APC liars have caused!...
    There is no week you won't hear of people being busted!...
    It wasn't like this during Jona's government!...

    Oga sorry oh!...try and settle with them...na money matter!...

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    1. He sells shoes in Lome, his business is not in Nigeria but you people still want to blame the economic downturn that affected his business on Buhari. Na wah!

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  14. See his face. I believe poverty pushed him into this Buhari should pardon him

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    1. those dt were doing it during Babangida's time, was it poverty? let's stop blaming the government for everything.

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  15. This one reminds me of three Nigerians caught in Saudi Arabia I read beheading is the punishment.

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  16. After they will say they are hardworking #yinmu#.

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    1. Disgusting ofenmanu. Coward. Who does drugs more than your filthy. people? Your cowardice no even gree you type "Igbo". Stinking yorubastard.

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    2. Hohohoho @ blunt, remember the doctor warned you about missing your meds, now run along you poverty stricken degenerate­čść.

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    3. How dumb can you be? For your mind now I am yoruba? Dundee United.

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    4. I thought you were smart,alas!I was so wrong@blunt. You bigoted,tribalistic bufoon. How do you know the comment was made by a yoruna person. Stupid fool.

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    5. Chief Bola Tinubu is called Bobo Chicago. Find out why?

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    6. Is he not an igbo man? Majority of people we see on the news caught are igbos. So TRUTH, what is the anger and painment for.

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    7. The joke is on you, @Blunt! How would you know the person you are referring to,is an "ofenmanu"? The problem with some of your people is always being paranoid of the next person. But when something is being said/done to y'all, you pull out the victim card!

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    8. Blunt buffoon, did it occur to you that the anonymous might be Hausa, Efik, Ibibio, Tiv or even a Niger Deltan?
      Bloody bastard.

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    9. I think itshirt time all these ibos are granted their wish of a Biafran state abi country let them go and eat themselves. what kind of people will see something wring and not admit it for goodness sake. is it tissue drug trafficking you people want to use to rule your country. you guys should just go quick. hian

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  17. SMH

    I have run out of what to tell these people.

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  18. Free this man Abeg... The economy is messed up.. Suicide is not an option,workers are being laid off,government is discouraging mmm. The issue is Nigerian govt would rather see the masses suffer rather than think outside the box. Let him be.

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    1. He sells in Togo. So we should free everyone else from Togo who commits a crime because they are the only ones with a messed up economy abi?

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  19. Hmmmm!!All these my brothers no dey hear word at all. Oke ochicho....

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  20. @blunt what is worrying you this early morning. Na hunger or generational poverty? Which one of them.
    Was the anon talking about you ? Stupid set of people that know nothing more than aggression and their aggression hasnt gotten them anywhere.
    They should have let Kanu continue with his Biafra. Let them kill you all like chickens like the time ur god Ojukwu caused ur mass slaughtering.
    Shameless set of people, all aggression and ordinary seat of power they can never achieve. All they do is betray each other. They can never stick together as one. How can your Biafra work.

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    1. U should be a tad sensible wf ur comments, DT she insulted anoda tribe doesn't give u d ryt to curse Igbo's,she isn't our spokes woman,so ur reply should be directed at just her OK?

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  21. This present economic situation is not friendly at all, see people going into crime. May we not be an Instrument to the devil.

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  22. Abeg people were carrying drugs even when economy was good in the 80s. Some people are just greedy. Since you have the opportunity to travel why not go there are do manual work and use the money to start up something.
    Poverty is no excuse to carry drugs. Armed robbers can as well be supported that bcos economy is bad they are allowed to steal and slaughter people.

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  23. Nigerian Man Enroute Madagascar not Nigerian Man Enroute to Madagascar.....

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    1. Stella come an see oo. Ikwakwakwakwa

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  24. Earn cool money this recession period. http://TheTasksPay.com/?user=240608

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  25. imagine sniffing coke delivered from someone's anus, mixed with shit particles. yuck! Mr Odili u see urself? Namsense!!!

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  26. Y is it so difficult for some people to learn?
    They must make moni any which way.
    SMH.

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  27. How is this APC's fault????? If his business was in Togo, how did Nigeria problem affect it???

    To think that he wasn't even getting a good deal with the offer of 1000usd for such a huge risk...imagine if the drug had busted in his belly???...

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  28. This has nothing to do with APC...Its simply greed

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  29. APC is now responsible fir all the woes in Nigeria... Even when people can't 'puu puu' they will blame APC...Lazy fools who have refused to do something meaningful with their lives keep blaming the government for their failures...If his business collapsed in Togo, how did the APC cause that ooooo

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  30. Greed man. U re selling shoes and u do not focus on it bcos he want quick money.

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