Drug traffickers now consult native doctors for 'lucky days'

Drug war in Nigeria: What Marwa told other Heads of NDLEA in Africa

NDLEA Chairman, Retd. General Buba Marwa

Brig. Gen. Buba Marwa, the Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), has said that drug traffickers now consult with native doctors for the success of their operations.

The NDLEA Chairman spoke on Thursday at the ministerial briefing organized by the Presidential Communications team at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Marwa said drug traffickers consult diabolic powers for “lucky days” to move drugs without detection.

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He noted that by December, the NDLEA would have dealt a “serious blow” to these traffickers in Nigeria.

At the meeting, the NDLEA boss also revealed that he has signed with partners both local and foreign toward ending the flow of illicit drugs and substances.

Marwa, who has been at the forefront of drug trafficking in the country, also vowed that the NDLEA would continue to work to make trafficking unattractive to drug barons in the country.

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