Fleeing notorious drug dealer Musa busted by NDLEA


NDLEA operatives

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has smashed a fleeing notorious drug dealer, Adamu Musa in Adamawa State.

Femi Babafemi, NDLEA’s spokesman, disclosed this on Sunday in a statement.

He said Musa had been on the wanted list of the NDLEA for long as he had been on the run for nine months.

Babafemi said: “In Adamawa state, on Wednesday 19th Jan. the long arm of the law eventually caught a notorious drug dealer, Adamu Musa who has been on the run for nine months.

“His 31-year-old elder sister, Mrs. Hannatu Sini had been arrested on 16th April. 2021, at Gombi Local Government Area of Adamawa with 14.400kg of cannabis sativa and admitted keeping the exhibit for her younger brother, Adamu Musa who was subsequently placed on the wanted list of the command.

“This is even as an ex-convict, Mrs. Modinat Lawal, was arrested in Kano on Wednesday 19th Jan with 22kg cannabis sativa she brought into Nigeria from Benin Republic. She had earlier been arrested, prosecuted and jailed for the same offence. The Ogun state born trafficker claimed then that her name was Bola,” he said.

While commending the officers and men of  Adamawa, Chairman/Chief Executive of NDLEA, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) charged them and their counterparts in other commands to remain vigilant and always be proactive.

Load more