NDLEA Recovers ‘Freshly Baked’ Drugged Cakes, Cocaine From Eateries In Plateau

NDLEA Recovers 'Freshly Baked' Drugged Cakes, Cocaine From Eateries In Plateau

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested five persons in Jos, the capital city of Plateau state. 

The arrested persons were reported by the Agency to have had connections with freshly baked cakes made with cannabis sativa and 48.726 kilogrammes of assorted psychotropic substances, recovered from some eateries in Jos.

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The Plateau Commander, Ibrahim Braji, who disclosed the arrest, gave the names of the drug joints raided as KNL Lounge located along Lamingo Road and another branch along Mining Quartres, Rantya Low-Cost Estate, as well as Tuscany Lounge on Azaki Avenue, all within Jos metropolis.

Besides the drugged cakes called brownie recovered from the three eateries, psychotropic substances also seized include Barcadin Codeine 14kg; Flunitrazapem 355.5 grammes; Tramadol, 370.1 grammes; Exol-5, 30kg; Diazepam 2.5kg and Pentazocine 1.5 kg, totalling 48.726kg.

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