The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has detained a manager of an artist and a business partner who were experts in supplying illegal narcotics to revelers at exclusive nightclubs and lounges in Lekki and the island axis of Lagos State.
In a statement issued on Sunday in Abuja, Femi Babafemi, the Director of Media and Advocacy for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), revealed the arrests.
In a recent statement, Babafemi, the spokesperson for the agency, revealed that a series of arrests have been made. These apprehensions were made based on a credible intelligence report received by the agency. According to the report, the suspects were allegedly anticipating the arrival of a significant quantity of a potent strain of synthetic Indian hemp known as “Colorado.” The shipment was said to be originating from the city of Los Angeles in the United States of America.
In a recent development, it has been reported that a certain individual by the name of Abdulraheem Oseni, also known as Papalampa, has been apprehended at his residence in the Lekki region of Lagos State. This arrest took place on Sunday, July 23, coinciding with the arrival of a consignment referred to as “Colorado,” as stated by an undisclosed source.
In a recent statement, the suspect revealed to investigators that he initiated the illicit trade a staggering three years ago.
In a stunning revelation, the suspect has admitted to engaging in the sale of illicit substances to patrons frequenting clubs and lounges in the bustling areas of Lekki and Lagos Island. In addition to his involvement in the drug trade, it has been revealed that he is also responsible for coordinating performances for artists both within Lagos and internationally, according to Babafemi.