Nigerian Man Arrested With 100 Capsules Of Cocaine In His Stomach

Physinews Reports: A Nigerian man, who resides in Pretoria, South
Africa, identified as Abiodun Israel Banjo has
been arrested by officials of the National Drug
Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, after he was
found with parcels of illicit drugs, tested to be
methamphetamine.


Banjo was arrested with the banned drug at the
Murtala Mohammed International Airport in
Lagos, and was operated by doctors who
retrieved 100 capsules of cocaine valued at
N31 million from his stomach.

A policeman who was present at the operation
room told reporters at the airport, “I was
assigned to stand guard on the accused at the
hospital. He had just been referred by the
airport police officers after he was suspected of
smuggling capsules containing drugs in his
stomach.

“As many as 100 capsules containing drugs
were found. I seized and handed them over to
the anti-narcotics department.”

“The court found him guilty and ordered him to
pay Dh100,000 worth of fine.

“He was convicted of smuggling drugs via
transit sentenced to 10 years imprisonment.

“The drug was confiscated and the court
ordered that he should be deported after the
completion of his sentence.

The spokesperson of NDLEA, Mitchell Ofoyeju
explained that the arrest took place during the
outward screening of passengers on a South
African Airline flight to South Africa.


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