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News Africa: NDLEA uncovers another drug factory in Enugu

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NDLEA uncovers another drug factory in Enugu
Enugu state Command of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has uncovered an illicit drug factory manufacturing methamphetamine.
State Commander, Adeyemi Adeofe, who paraded three suspects after addressing newsmen at the agency’s headquarters in Enugu, yesterday, disclosed that the first two were arrested with 100 kilogramme of ephedrine, last Saturday.
He said in a follow-up operation, the following day, led them to No.1 Zion Avenue, Phase 6; Trans-Ekulu in Enugu where they apprehended the next suspect and also unravelled a clandestine laboratory.
According to him, their arrests were based on credible intelligence, adding that due to the hazardous nature of the chemicals involved, the agency has dismantled the laboratory, while the precursor chemicals and paraphernalia and other equipment for production were also seized.
Adeofe said there is urgent need to decontaminate the area as waste products of the illicit substance in the course of production have trickled into wells of neighbouring compounds, thus poisoning their source of water supply.
“This is a very serious implication because  time will come the effects of these chemicals will result to deadly health challenges like cancer, birth deformity, kidney problems, etc.

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