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NDLEA seizes cocaine worth N195 billion in Lagos, Arrest 4 drug barons

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NDLEA busts cocaine warehouse, seizes N193billion worth of cocaine in Lagos

NDLEA operatives in a two day inteligence operation have busted a major warehouse in a secluded estate in Ikorodu area of Lagos State where 1.8tons (1,855 kilograms) of illicit drug worth N194bn in street value were seized.

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The gallant operatives also arrested four drug barons including a Jamaican and the warehouse manager in their hotels between Sunday night and Monday after a raid on their facility on Sunday morning.

5 persons namely: Messrs Soji Jibril, 69, an indigene of Ibadan, Oyo state; Emmanuel Chukwu, 65, who hails from Ekwulobia, Anambra state; Wasiu Akinade, 53, from Ibadan, Oyo state; Sunday Oguntelure, 53, from Okitipupa, Ondo state and Kelvin Smith, 42, a native of Kingston, Jamaica were arrested by security operatives in a well coordinated operation.

According to NDLEA findings, The class A drugs were stored in 10 travels bag and 13 drums at the warehouse in the residential estate from where the cartel was trying to sell them to buyers in Europe, Asia and other parts of the world.

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‘Drunk’ Soldier Crush Brigadier-General Audu Ogbole To Death In Lagos Barracks

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Brigadier-General Audu Ogbole James, Director of Finance at the Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Centre (NAFRC), Oshodi, Lagos, is dead.

The General lost his life after a corporal identified as Abayomi Edun crushed him at the barracks on Tuesday night.

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The deceased was reportedly walking to his residence when the corporal driving an SUV with number plate EKY 177 FX, hit him.

Edun was said to be under alcoholic influence at the time of the accident.

A source told Daily Trust that the deceased was rushed to the NAFRC Medical Centre where a doctor certified him dead.

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In a statement, the set of James at National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, described the loss as shocking.

“Our indefatigable, humble, friendly bridge builder, the Monitor General SEC 40 of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Brig Gen AO JAMES, mni just departed. He died from injuries sustained from a knock down on the road yesterday (15/11/22) evening in Lagos.”

“May his soul rest in peace. Our condolences to the family, AANI especially the SEC 40. May the Lord console all and grant the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. So sad
,” read the statement signed by ACM Kayode Olagunju.

According to the deceased’s profile on NARFC website, the late General had first and second degrees in Accounting and Finance. He was a fellow of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) and held memberships of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM), Nigerian Institute of Directors (MIoD), Chartered Institute of Taxation (ACTI), and the National Institute (mni).

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The following Decorations/Honours were also awarded to him:

Meritorious Service Star (MSS)

Pass Staff College (PSC)

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Deloitte Denies Knowledge Of Tinubu Ever Being It’s Employee – David Hundeyin

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Deloitte USA has responded to subpoena ordering it to make available Tinubus Bonus history with the organization ( remember Tinubu said he earned 1.8 million dollars from in bonuses from Deloitte… Deloitte has denied knowledge of any Bola Tinubu ever working for them.

Bola Ahmed Tinubu has claimed that he made $1.8 million from salaries and bonuses while working a consultancy job at Deloitte USA. So we subpoenaed Deloitte USA to provide evidence of Tinubu’s employment and staff payment records, and this is what came back…

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16-Year-Old Boy Rapes Elder Brother’s Wife, 9 Others In Ondo

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The scene was that of shock at the headquarters of the Ondo State Security Network Agency, otherwise known as Amotekun Corps in Akure, Ondo State capital when a 16-year-old boy was paraded over alleged rape.

To the bewilderment of many at the operational base of the corps, the teenager, who gave his name as Precious, confessed to raping his brother’s wife as well as nine others.

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While being paraded, yesterday, alongside other suspects, Precious told Sharpernews that, after seeing the unclothedness of his brother’s wife while she was deep asleep, he was forced to lay on her.

The suspect also disclosed that nine other girls were his victims at Laosun, a farm settlement in Ondo West Local Government Area of Ondo State. He was also accused of stealing 25 litres of palm oil after his brother had travelled from the farm settlement.

In Laosun, I have raped nine girls. Some of them are 19 or 25 years. In the night, I will go into their rooms and start sleeping with them.

I do not use gun or knives to threaten them. Sometimes, I will be caught and they will beat me and leave me. I have been arrested before.

“I was arrested for stealing 25 litres of palm oil. I wanted to gather money to use it to buy phone. I came to the house and saw my brother’s wife sleeping naked. I went into the room and slept on top of her.”

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Meanwhile, the Commander of Amotekun Corps in the state, Akogun Adetunji Adeleye, said the suspect would soon be charged to court after the conclusion of investigations.

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