OPSH bursts drug syndicates, recovers illicit drugs worth N7.5m

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The Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) in charge of security in Plateau State has burst a drug syndicate and recovered 248 blocks of substance suspected to be cannabis estimated to be about 7.5 million naira.

OPSH in a statement signed by its military Information Officer, Major Shaku Takwa, pointed out that the substance was concealed in a Toyota Camry car with registration number Lagos, KJA 150 EG.

“The suspects Ex-Corporal Essien Friday, 60-year-old retired Army personnel and 50-year-old Ibrahim Ali were arrested by the troops during stop and search operation along road Manchok – Jos in Kaura LGA of Kaduna State. The suspects claimed that they were contracted to convey the illicit substance to Yola, Adamawa State from Ondo State.

“Other items recovered from the suspects include 18 wraps of Indian hemp ready for smoking, 2 smartphones, 3 travelling bags, one lighter and 2 wallets containing Five Hundred and Seventy Naira (N570) only.”

It further disclosed that the suspects and items recovered have been handed over to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Plateau State Command for further investigation.

Commander OPSH, Major General Ibrahim Ali has commended the troops for their vigilance doggedness towards preventing criminals from carrying out their heinous acts.

He reiterated the determination of his command to flush out criminal elements on the Plateau and environs adding that OPSH will continue to collaborate with law-abiding citizens to ensure a crime-free society and enjoin members of the public to continue to support security agencies with credible information on criminal activities.

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