NDLEA Arrests ‘Police Van’ With Indian Hemp In Kano
Operatives of the NDLEA has intercepted a suspected police van loaded with over 700 tonnes of India hemp worth millions of naira in Kano.
This was made known to journalists on Wednesday, April 26 when they were conducted round the confisticated items at the state command of the agency. Commander of the NDLEA in Kano, Hamza Umar, revealed that two suspects, including the driver were arrested in police uniforms.
According to Hamza, the suspects were caught in a brand new Toyota Hilux masked with security siren and a private plate number, Pilot 1. Hamza hinted that the vehicle, which originated from Esuba, Edo state, was heading to Gezuwa in Yobe state, but was arrested following an intelligence report.
Atfer thorough investigation, the suspects according to NDLEA boss were discovered to have impersonated the police force to scale through security search.