NDLEA arraigns NAHCO staff for aiding hard drug shipment

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), on Friday, arraigned one Mr Adetutu Afeez Alade, a staff of the National Aviation Handling Company of Nigeria (NAHCO), for allegedly aiding shipment of banned hard drug, Ephedrine. Alade was arraigned before Justice N. Ayo-Emmanuel on a two count-charge of conspiracy to export 25.220 kilogrammes of Ephedrine, a prohibited substance listed in Table 1 of the Second schedule of the NDLEA Act. Prior to Alade’s arraignment on the alleged crime today, Justice Ayo-Emmanuel had on November 14, Justice N. Ayo-Emmanuel and sentenced Omoyeni Opeyemi…

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Lebanese docked for unlawful drugs dealing 

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), today, arraigned a suspected Lebanese drug traffickers, Charbel Chalouhi, for alleged use of cocaine. According to the one count charge, Charbel Chalouhi, male, 34 years old, was said to have on or about September 10, 2018, at 18, flat BB Simon Akinolu street, Victoria Island, Lagos state, within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court without lawful, authority engaged in the use of 1.2 grammes of Cocaine a narcotic drug and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under section 11(d) of the National…

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Court freezes oil marketer, Jyde Adelakun, accounts over alleged $5m fraud

A Federal High Court, Lagos, on Wednesday, October 17 ordered that the accounts of a businessman, Jyde Adelakun Aremu Buraimoh, domiciled in Polaris Bank Limited, formerly Skye Bank Plc, be frozen for the period of 60 days, over alleged $4,920.5 million fraud. Also affected in the court order, is the businessman’s company’s accounts also domiciled with the bank. The EFCC had dragged both the businessman and his company, Top Energy Company Limited, before the court on alleged fraud in a suit marked FHC/L/CS/586/18. Justice N. Ayo-Emmanuel, who presided over the court gave…

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