Six Nigerian businessmen arrested for drug peddling in Liberia

Operatives of the Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency (LDEA) has arrested six Nigerians for allegedly involving in selling and distributing narcotic substances.

The Chief of Operations of LDEA, Johntor Wole, who confirmed the arrest while speaking with journalists at the Head office of DEA in Fiama Sinkor in Monrovia, said they found 182.8g of Narcotic and Heroin worth L$ 666,960.
The Nigerian suspects include: Victor Kamara, a 37-year-old businessman who lives in Caldwell, Uzaa Kamara, a 28-year-old businessman who also lives in Caldwell, Prince Ken, a 35-year-old resident in Paynesville, Anthony Enechi, 26, Sunday Moses, 29, A constructor who lives Red Light and Iko Nso, a 30-year-old Motorcyclist.

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