Lagos Cleric, Others Nabbed For Attempted Drug Smuggling

Lagos Cleric, Others Nabbed For Attempted Drug Smuggling | Daily Report Nigeria

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has nabbed a Lagos-based church general overseer and two other accomplices attempting to smuggle illicit drugs to Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

This was disclosed in a statement issued by the NDLEA spokesperson, Femi Babafemi, in a recent social media post.

The suspect is identified as High Priest Nnodu Azuka Kenrick, of the Seraphic and Sabbath Assembly, Lagos state.

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According to the statement, Kenrick alongside two of his accomplices was intercepted trying to smuggle methamphetamine and skunk to the middle-east country.

It read:

Church General Overseer busted! You go to seek refuge in the House of God and there the shepherd recruits you into drug trafficking.

“Anyway, the details of the arrest of Daddy GO & others by @ndlea_nigeria in Lagos yesterday over a busted attempt to export meth and skunk to Dubai will come in our statement at noon.”

It was gathered that his accomplice Udezuka Udoka is a student of Emmanuel College of Theology, Samanta, Ibadan, and Oyoyo Mary Obasi was their agent.

Also, videos released on social media revealed that the methamphetamine was concealed in kegs of palm oil.

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