Monday, March 01, 2010

And yet another....

And yet another..

We all remember the case of undergraduate nabbed during the sreening process of passengers on Air France to Italy...

Another woman has been arrested at the Murtala muhammed International Airport, Ikeja Lagos.
The suspect, disclosed as Vivian Metu 39, fixed 1,500kg of heroine in her hair and was among the suspected four drug traffickers arrested recently by the operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)

She was said to have prepared the heroine in three black parcels and fixed them on her hair. She was arrested during the screening of passengers on Ethiopian airline to Guangzhou, China.

Vivian is a single mother who is a graduate of the Lagos State University (LASU).
According to her: She wanted to raise some money for Medical Treatment...

“I know that my friends and relatives will be disappointed, but I needed money for my medical treatment abroad. I am an international trader but I am suffering from cancer,” she was quoted as telling the narcotic agents

“This is not the first time that drug traffickers will conceal drugs in hairs. They are definitely running out of tricks due to our counter efforts. This is good for the country, as drug traffickers and their sponsors shall not go unpunished,” the NDLEA boss vowed.




2cute4u said...

The numbers of these cases we receive everyday in court.. I would normally be sympathetic but the irony of it all that they give the same story, Now, that isn't the problem,bad things happen,but annoys me is they refuse to give up their kingpins because they've been promised protection and it kind of solidifies their loyalty..Since they know they'd be out in 2yrs time or so especially if they're first time offenders.. Don't know if you get my point.. so please don't lose a night's sleep over them..
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muyiwa said...

sassy,na God go help them ooo,make dem dey find money rush rush loose their integrity and name wey don already spoil

BSNC said...

na wa oh. Wonders shall never cease.

townncrier said...

With passionate write ups like this,im sure things will change someday.

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