A spokesperson for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Femi Babafemi, in a statement, on July 24, said there was a streak of arrests and seizures that began on Sunday, July 17.
The arrest began when a 52-year-old man and father of three, Okwo Paul Okechukwu, was arrested upon his arrival from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia via an Ethiopian airline flight at the Abuja airport for ingesting 76 pellets of cocaine.
During a preliminary interview, Babafemi, said Okechukwu mentioned that prior to veering into the drug trade, he sold women’s hair extensions.
The Wig Seller has since completed excretion of all the 76 wraps of the drug he swallowed while under observation at the Agency’s facility in Abuja.
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