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Afam Mallinson Ukatu

4 May
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), yesterday, revealed how the alleged billionaire drug baron, Chief Afam Mallinson Ukatu, imported N22 billion worth of tramadol.
3 May
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), has said that the ongoing investigation of a suspected billionaire drug baron, Chief Afam Mallinson Ukatu, has led to the discovery of how the suspect imported into Nigeria in a single month, October 2019, two containers containing 1,284 cartons of Tramadol with a market value of over N22billion.…
25 Apr
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested a billionaire drug baron allegedly behind the N3billion Tramadol deal involving the embattled suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police
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Speaking on behalf of building materials’ manufacturers, Ukatu lamented that the nation’s energy crisis occasioned by pipeline vandalism has forced many manufacturing firms to operate below capacity.

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