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Monday, February 14, 2022

NDLEA Declares Suspended DCP Abba Kyari Wanted + Present Detailed Evidence Of Abetting Drug Trafficking

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has declared suspended DCP, Abba Kyari wanted for being a member of a drug cartel.











Agency’s spokesman, Femi Babafemi, at a news conference on Monday lamented that some law enforcement agents who should be partners in the pursuit of the President’s mandate were at the forefront of breaking the law, as they aid and abet drug trafficking in the country.

“Today, we are forced to declare one of such law enforcement agents wanted in the person of suspended DCP Abba Kyari, the erstwhile Commander of Intelligence Response Team (IRT) at the Force Intelligence Bureau of the Nigerian Police Force.

“With the intelligence at our disposal, the Agency believes strongly that DCP Kyari is a member of a drug cartel that operates the Brazil-Ethiopia-Nigeria illicit drug pipeline, and he needs to answer questions that crop up in an ongoing drug case in which he is the principal actor. His failure to cooperate forced the hand of the Agency and that is the reason for this press briefing,” he said.

According to Babafemi, the saga started on Friday, January 21, 2022, when DCP Kyari initiated a call to one of the NDLEA officers in Abuja at 2:12 pm, saying that when the officer returned the call two minutes later, Kyari informed him he was coming to see him, to discuss an operational matter after the Juma’at service.

“He appeared at the agreed venue of the meeting with the officer and went straight to the crux of the matter. This was it: His team had intercepted and arrested some traffickers that came into the country from Ethiopia with, according to him, 25kg of cocaine.


“He proposed a drug deal whereby he and his team are to take 15kg of the cocaine and leave 10kg for the prosecution of the suspects arrested with the illicit drug in Enugu. In the meantime, the purloined cocaine will be replaced with a dummy worth 15kg. He asked the NDLEA officer to persuade men of the FCT Command, to play along as well.

“Now, anybody who is in touch with the reality of the renewed drug war by NDLEA since January 18, 2021, would know that that was a tall order because our officers and men have rededicated themselves to the war against illicit drugs and what Kyari was asking for was not tenable, not in this new dispensation, not with the new NDLEA.

“We can recall that one of our officers was in the same situation in May 2021 when a drug kingpin, Ejiofor Felix Enwereaku, flew from Brazil to Nigeria to negotiate the release of a 27.95 kg shipment of cocaine intercepted at the MMIA. The drug lord offered a bribe of $24, 500, but our officer placed duty above pecuniary interest. We all know how the episode ended. That is the ethos of the new NDLEA. And our officer proved it again this time by reporting to the authorities.

“By 11: 05 am on Monday, January 24, after the Agency gave the officer the green light to play along, he and Kyari began a WhatsApp call for the rest of the day. The officer conveyed “their” willingness to play the game. At this point, Kyari disclosed that the 15kg (already taken out) was shared between the informants that provided information for the seizure and he and his men of the IRT of the Nigerian Police.

“According to him, the informants were given 7kg while his team took 8kg which was already sold. He then offered to pay the NDLEA team (that is the officer and the FCT commander) by selling, on their behalf, half of the remaining 10kg, thereby further reducing the original cocaine for the prosecution to just 5kg.

“At N7m per kilogram, the proceed from the 5kg would amount to N35m, at the exchange rate of N570 per dollar being the black market rate for the day, January 24, 2022. In effect, he would be delivering $61, 400 to the NDLEA team.



“He put pressure on our officer to wrap up the arrangement with the commander of the FCT Command to take custody of the drug and suspects from his men who were on ground in Abuja. At the time, he was speaking from Lagos, where he allegedly travelled for private business,” Babafemi said.






According to him, the next day January 25, Kyari offered to send his younger brother to deliver the payment while his men delivered the suspects, but that NDLEA officer turned down the suggestion, insisting he would rather deal with him in person and was therefore prepared to wait for him to return from Lagos.

“And by 5: 23 pm, Kyari was in Abuja and met with the officer at the same rendezvous where they had the first meeting. In their discussion, he disclosed how his team received the information from a double-crosser who betrayed the traffickers to him, showing a sordid connection between law enforcement agents and the drug underworld; he narrated how acting on the tip-off, his team departed Abuja to Enugu and arrested the traffickers, removed part of the consignment on his instruction and replaced same with dummies.

“He also indicated how to identify the remnant of the original cocaine that would be delivered to NDLEA, five original packages marked with red dots. The reason for this was to avoid the dummies being subjected to test. He forwarded a picture of the marked original cocaine package. According to the plan, once the 5kg cocaine has been tested in the presence of the suspects and confirmed positive, there would be no need to test the remaining ones, being dummies.”

Babafemi explained further that he also brought with him the money from the sale of the 5kg share of the NDLEA team, a total of $61, 400.

“Our officer, however, preferred to take the money inside his car. Well, the car was wired with sound and video recorders. And the moment was documented, part of which I will play for you at the end of this briefing. So we have a trove of intelligence, hard facts, from chats to photos and video and a detailed transcript of the communication between him and the NDLEA officer.


“This is not the place to delve into the details. But it is disheartening to hear straight from the horse’s mouth the kind of sleaze engaged in by this team of rogue law enforcement agents led by Kyari, the members of whom he described this way: “the boys are very, very sharp, they are very loyal.”

“It is disheartening to hear him say of this rogue team, and I quote: “I do take good care of them, and this kind of work is done by only that team.” It is equally disheartening to hear him give details of another similar operation which they pulled off, three weeks ago, according to him,” he said.

He said NDLEA has the mandate to take custody of suspects and consignments of drugs seized by other arms of law enforcement and that there is a standard protocol for such transfer, which he said was duly followed.

“The suspects and drugs were delivered to us on February 8 but the last part of the process, yet to be completed, is the debriefing of Kyari. DCP Abba Kyari was invited by NDLEA for debriefing on Thursday February 10 through two main channels because there is a whole lot of questions begging for answers.

“The invitation was legitimate and formal according to our protocol. But up till the close of office hours on Friday, February 11, he refused to respond. Up till this moment, he hasn’t responded. We are a law-abiding agency of government. We follow due process. In that vein, we will not detain suspects beyond the stipulated period according to the law before we charge them to court.

“And Kyari must be debriefed before the suspects are arraigned in court. Having failed to honour the official invitation, NDLEA has no option but to declare DCP Abba Kyari of the Nigerian Police WANTED, right from this very moment.



“I must say this publicly. We are not unaware of threats to the lives of NDLEA officers involved in this investigation, even as we continue to do our best to protect our officers and men in the line of duty. We are making this strong statement to those contemplating harmful action against NDLEA officers. They would only succeed in compounding their problems in the event of the murder of or harm to officers and men of NDLEA,” he said.


From pmnewsnigeria








39 comments:

  1. See how this man used his hand to destroy his career and bright future. Kudos to NDLEA.

    Meanwhile, he is the same one doing paddy paddy with Obi cubana 🥴

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    1. For mr Ejiofor to fly down without fear, it has been his usual modus. Next on this cleanup list is Efcc. So, on top all the US fraud case, abba kyari still went to do this. He really thought he was untouchable. Right now, all the past DGs of NDLEA, customs , are extremely corrupt until proven otherwise.
      Who are th people consuming this hard drugs? 7m per kilo? Wow. Questions questions questions

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  2. Ejiofor Felix Enwereaku.

    Nuff said.

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  3. This is a ploy to avoid extradition to the USA.
    Please tell me how a so called suspended officer is still on duty intercepting drug pushers?
    NDLEA the joke is on you!

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    1. The Original ShugarGirl14 February 2022 at 14:21

      You dey mind them fellow corrupt officials?

      Make them come carry the Abba Kyari from my house. Na here him dey squat. Mtcheeeew

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    2. I think it's d other way round @13:44
      For them to Out him like this, it means d FBI has probably cut him a deal, he is naming names and dey want to quickly shut him up with this story.
      It's abt to go down

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    3. Exactly what came to my mind

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  4. NDLEA has revealed "too much"
    So after the Hushpuppi saga, this man Kyari was not handed over to FBI but was rather given the same RRT squad of the Nigerian police to lead?
    This is so shameful for Nigeria and the president that is claiming to fight corruption. Wawu!
    Hope the "sponsors/ Buyers" at the corridors of power won't sack all the Ndlea apparatus?

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  5. Why didn't they take him down when in that wired car?
    Do I smell a trumpet blowing; "run"

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  6. Now I understand why they are inviting the Night club entrepreneur from Anambra state for multiple questioning.
    He is Kyari's tight friend?
    Hmm

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    1. His people will soon come and say you are hating on them 😏

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    2. Obinna na ntu bu 5&6. We know already, nobody is coming after u for speaking d truth

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  7. Abba Kyari the tailor!!!

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  8. Such a dirty cop,a shame to the force and the Nation. I hope he and his cohorts and arrested,prosecuted and sentenced adequately.

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  9. 😲😲 Stella I follow you open mouth o.

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  10. Woww woww,what a fall from grace..

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  11. Yinmu, Ku s'ile is better than Ku s'ita, they want to arrest him here so FBI will not be able yo *catch* him, lie lie pipu

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    1. Read this your comment again and ask if it makes sense, especially if you read the press statement.

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  12. You need to see Ahmed Isa of Brekete family praise this man. Even after he was indicted.

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    1. Ahmed Isa is a man who operates at extremes

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    2. Ahmad Isa lives on blackmail and fall outs from the hands of "big men" - his end is near too. Same way he was praising Maina of the pension scam. Very useless blackmailer, using his radio station as platform for nefarious activities and giving crumbs to the hungry masses that gather around him.

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  13. And this guy is Obi Cubana's friend o.
    Hmmmmm 🤔
    Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

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    1. Shey you can see them all dodging and instead "focusing" on FBI 😂😂

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  14. NDLEA cannot say they don't have the address of Kyari,they cannot say with all the powers they have,they cannot fish him out.
    Anyway, woth the press statement above, I think, its a ploy to not extradite him but the FBI will be patient and they will strike when its time.

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  15. Super cop in the mud..

    This country needs total cleansing

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  16. @Q.SFR, kudos!!! You deserve the finest champagne laced with strawberry. If Kyari talk, many gonna go downnnnnn. I am too sure that God will prepare a special hell fire for Nigeria. This country is gone.

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    1. You are sure? Definitely not for me. A special hell fire for you maybe.

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    2. 🍓🥂. Waiting 👌

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  17. Whether a ploy not to extradite him or they want to rubbish him or to show the US that Naija is working, all I know is FBI will get him when the set time reaches.

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  18. This is the cop that came highly recommended! Shameless set of leaders. That's how they recommend thieves and incompetent people everywhere in the country.

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  19. Abba Kyari is beyond redemption,what a shame.Who knows how many deals like this they have have executed seamlessly

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  20. When he returns from the us, he'll come and answer to these charges. Put this guy on the plane now!!! Enough drama.

    The same people that claimed he is suspended left him to head IRT: who is fooling who?

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