The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has announced a shocking discovery at a palace of a traditional ruler in Anambra State.
The drug enforcement agency made this known in a statement made available through Femi Babafemi, its director of media and advocacy.
The agency said its operatives at the Anambra command recovered 58.5 grammes of cocaine and 13.9 grammes of heroin.
Although the NDLEA did not mention the name of the traditional ruler, it said security personnel at the palace are helping to trace the owner of the consignment.
“In a related development, operatives of the Anambra State Command of the Agency have recovered 58.5 grammes of cocaine and 13.9 grammes of heroine concealed in the palace of a prominent traditional ruler in the state,” Babafemi said in a statement on Monday.
“Investigations are on-going to unravel how the illicit drugs were hidden in the palace and the palace security guards are helping in tracing the dealer behind the consignment, Muhammadu Misbahu Idris, the Anambra state Commander of the NDLEA stated.”
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