Ghanaian jailed 35 years for drug trafficking
A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has sentenced a Ghanaian, Gyan Paul, to 40 years imprisonment for trafficking in hard drug Justice Chuka Austine Obiozor sentenced Gyan after he was found guilty of the charges bordering on unlawful exportation of 2. 02 kilograms...
‘Beneficial ownership to address financial leakages in extractive sector’
The Minister of Finance Budget and Planning Zainab Ahmed and State Minister for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva as well as other stakeholders in the extractive sector in the country
South Africa returnee jailed 38 years for drug trafficking
A Federal High Court in Lagos yesterday sentenced a South Africa returnee, Raji Adio, to 38 years for drug trafficking.
Panacea for changing our battered international image
No self-respecting and patriotic Nigerian would be happy at the present blighted image of the country all over the world. Some of us who are on the University of Ibadan Staff Club Whatsapp platform was recently bombarded with authentic..
NDLEA arrests 86 people for alleged drug trafficking
The Commander of the agency in Edo, Mr Buba Wakawa, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin on Monday that the suspects were arrested between July and September this year.
NDLEA uncovers new method of drug trafficking, intercepts dealers
The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Adamawa says it has detected new modes of drugs trafficking adopted by drug dealers in the state.
Three Nigerian pilgrims arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged drug trafficking
The Saudi Arabian authorities have arrested three pilgrims from Kwara State for alleged possession of substance suspected to be cocaine.Hajia Fatima Abolore-Jimoh, the Executive Secretary, Kwara Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, confirmed the arrest yesterday from Saudi Arabia.
Drug trafficking: Indonesia executes Nigerian, three Others
Indonesia early yesterday executed four convicted drug offenders, including two Nigerians, one Senegalese and one Indonesian by firing squad despite petitions and international pressure to review their cases.