Nigeria's National Drug Control Master Plan (NDCMP) for 2015 to 2019

 

Nigeria's National Drug Control Master Plan (NDCMP) for 2015 to 2019 aims to strengthen responses to drugs in order to contribute to the enhanced health, security and well-being of all Nigerians. The NDCMP 2015-2019 is a strategic, results and operational planning and implementation framework that covers key aspects of drug supply and reduction impacting Nigeria.
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COCAINE TRAFFICKING: LAGOS SOCIALITE REPORTS TO NDLEA

fLagos socialite, Mrs Fumilola Arike Ogbuaya a.k.a. Arike Fumilola Ogundipe who was implicated in a case of unlawful exportation of 1.595kg of cocaine to Saudi Arabia in February 2017 and recently declared wanted by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)  had reported at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Command, Lagos. The Agency had also secured an interim forfeiture order for several assets worth billion of naira traced to Mrs Fumilola.
 

ABDALLAH, LALONG & AL-MAKURA TASK NDLEA COMMANDERS ON NEW STRATEGIES


 
 
 
 
 
The Chairman Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Col. Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah retd., Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State and Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura of Nassarawa State have called on commanding officers of the Agency to adopt new strategies and adopt innovative ideas that will rekindle fresh fire and prevent compromise in the fight against narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in the country.This call was made at the opening ceremony of commanders conference at the Regional Academy for Drug Control in Jos, Plateau State. The conference with the theme: Developing The Agency’s Strategies For Effective Implementation Of Government Drug Law Policy, is expected to address burning issues more holistically, intensively and extensively.

NDLEA HUNTS FOR LAGOS SOCIALITE OVER COCAINE TRAFFICKING, INVESTIGATES ASSETS WORTH SEVERAL BILLIONS

hThe National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has organised a manhunt for a Lagos socialite and suspected drug baroness wanted in connection with cocaine trafficking. The suspect, Mrs Fumilola Arike Ogbuaya a.k.a. Arike Fumilola Ogundipe was implicated in a case of unlawful exportation of 1.595kg of cocaine to Saudi Arabia in February 2017 at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. Several assets worth billion of naira traced to Mrs Fumilola are also currently under investigation by the Agency.
 
NDLEA Commander at the Lagos airport said that preliminary investigation into the arrest of one Odeyemi Omolara Morayo a.k.a. Ariyo Monsurat Olabisi implicated the Lagos socialite who have ignored invitation by the NDLEA. The Lagos residence of  Mrs Fumilola Arike Ogbuaya a.k.a. Arike Fumilola Ogundipe was traced by a team of investigators but she was not at home. Since the visit to her Lagos residence, she had not been to that house and had also not reported to the NDLEA office.
 

NDLEA DISCOVERS COCAINE INSIDE BOXERSHORTS, LUGGAGE,

hhOfficers of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos have discovered cocaine hidden inside the boxer shorts and luggage of a passenger. Two suspected drug traffickers, a jewellery and auto parts dealers have been apprehended in connection with unlawful importation of narcotics. The suspects according to the Agency are Okonkwo Godwin, 57, an importer of jewellery found with cocaine in his boxer shorts and Nnaemeka David Chinedu, 37, an auto parts dealer who ingested 94 wraps of heroin. This is one of the largest quantities of drugs ingested by a suspect at the Lagos airport lately.
 
 

NDLEA ARRESTS 138 SUSPECTED DRUG DEALERS, CONVICTS 54 IN LAGOS

hhhThe Lagos State command of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has apprehended 138 suspected drug traffickers and seized one thousand, three hundred and ninety-nine kilogrammes of drugs (1,399.780kg) which is 1.3 metric tons. The drugs were seized in in Ikeja, Oshodi, Mushin, Lagos Island, Ikorodu and other parts of the State within the first quarter of 2017. Those apprehended in connection with drug trafficking include 137 males and one female.
 

NDLEA SAVES INDONESIA-BOUND SUSPECT FROM DEATH

hhUndeterred by the capital punishment for drug trafficking in Indonesia, operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos have saved a thirty-three (33) year-old Nigerian travelling to Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Jakarta, Indonesia with narcotics. The suspect who claimed to be an Ivorian was arrested while attempting to board Qatar Airways flight to Indonesia with an Ivorian International passport bearing the name Grou Bi Clauvis. After he tested positive for narcotic ingestion, eighty-nine (89) wraps of narcotics found to be methamphetamine weighing 1.205kg was recovered from him.
 

NDLEA ARRESTS MAN OVER HEROIN IMPORTATION,

A forty-three (43) year-old computer instructor has been arrested at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos by men of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for importing heroin from Nairobi, Kenya. The arrest took place after he tested positive for narcotic ingestion.  The suspect explained that he got involved in drug trafficking because nobody except drug barons offered to help him out of his financial predicament as his sick son is currently on admission in Nairobi on a life threatening ailment.

DRUG TRAFFICKING: CARTEL ADOPTS NEW TRICKSAS NDLEA ARRESTS 2 WITH NARCOTICS AT MMIA

Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos have uncovered new tricks by drug trafficking cartels to circumvent security checks. A suspected drug trafficker, Roland Chukwudi Tochukwu, 37, who was apprehended for importing 2.045kg of heroin from Nairobi, Kenya was found in possession of a fake travel ticket indicating that he was coming from China. Another suspect, Maduka Nnemeka Peter, 39, was also caught attempting to export 1.555kg of cocaine to Dubai.



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