Two Nigerians Arrested For Cocaine

Two Nigerian nationals were yesterday arrested in New Kru Town and Point Four, Bushrod Island with 101 grams of cocaine and 946.8 grams of precursor (mixed powder) valued at L$ 600,000.00.

Those arrested are DormatusNwakafor, 36 and Emmanuel Eza, 35.

According to the Director General of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Col. Anthony K. Souh, his Agency will not relent to arrest anyone who is engaged in drug trade and trafficking or abuse.

He emphasized that the two suspects were arrested based on upon that they were enroute to transact drug trade on the Bushrod Island suburb.

In another development, a potential drug dealer, Alibi, a Nigerian 35 and a resident of Logan Town Rice Store was arrested yesterday at the St. Paul Bridge Community and taken at the DEA Headquarters for questioning.

Meanwhile, the two Nigerian nationals have been detained at the DEA holding cell in West Point.

Col. Souh lamented that dangerous drugs are damaging many of our youth in the country.

The Director General also wants to use this forum to officially inform the public about the printing into hand bill of the Control Drugs and Substances Act of 2014 as of October 21, 20124.