NDLEA Busts Snake-Guarded Shrine Used for Storing Drugs in Edo State

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has busted a snake-guarded shrine used for storing illicit drugs in the Egor community near Benin, Edo State. Operatives discovered a specially constructed large hole in a wall, hidden behind wallpapers and fetish objects, that was being used to store various drugs including methamphetamine, Loud, Colorado, and Arizona cannabis with a total weight of 8.743kg. Two women, Sonia Ezumezu and Risikatu Tijani, were arrested after the large black snake guarding the shrine was demobilized. In a separate operation, the NDLEA also seized 209kg of cannabis and arrested two other suspects in the Usen forest in Edo State.








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