Three visually challenged drug syndicate members are arrested by the NDLEA

Three visually challenged drug syndicate members are arrested by the NDLEA
Three visually impaired men running an illegal drug operation between Lagos and Kano have been apprehended by the NDLEA. There's still one more gang member out there who is equally crippled.

The arrest of Adamu Hassan, a 40-year-old visually handicapped suspect, on Sunday in Abuja, according to NDLEA's Director of Media and Advocacy, Mr. Femi Babafemi, completely lifted the veil on the organization.

According to Babafemi, on October 28, while traveling from Lagos to Kano via the Federal Capital Territory's Gwagwalada Expressway, Hassan was apprehended for possessing twelve kilograms of skunk.

Investigations revealed, he said, that he had no idea what was in the bag that had been given to him to deliver in Kano.

Babafemi added that a follow-up operation resulted in the 45-year-old visually handicapped arrowhead of the syndicate, Bello Abubakar, being taken into custody.

"In his statement, married father of five children Abubakar stated that he had been a resident of Lagos for thirty years but had just begun dealing drugs five years prior.

A visually handicapped 59-year-old syndicate member named Muktar Abubakar has lived in Lagos for 40 years. He's has fourteen kids and three women.

The company is co-owned by Muktar and Bello Abubakar, while Akilu Amadu, a 25-year-old suspect who is also blind, provides financial support to the illegal enterprise.

According to Babafemi, "He was the one who actually delivered the consignment to Hassan at the motor park in Lagos to deliver in Kano."

He continued by saying that Malam Aminu, a visually handicapped person who was supposed to accept the shipment in Kano, was out and about at the moment.

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