126 parcels of Canadian Loud, a synthetic strain of cannabis have been seized by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
The consignment found at the Tincan port in Lagos, weighing 63kg were concealed in a Toyota Corolla car imported from Toronto, Canada.
A statement on Sunday by NDLEA Media Director, Femi Babafemi also announced the arrest of a freight agent, Mordi Chukwuemeka Samuel.
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Samuel was attempting to export 900 grams of the Loud hidden inside a travelling bag containing food items to Kenya.
The suspect was thwarted by operatives at the SAHCO export shed of Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos on April 29.
On April 27, Directorate of Operations and Investigation (DOGI) officers attached to courier firms found 1.53kg skunk kept in old hard drives meant for export to Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
In Benue, operatives recovered 859 bottles of Codeine-based syrup weighing 117.3kg abandoned by a suspected dealer near NDLEA checkpoint along Enugu – Otukpo road.
However, Kabiru Muhammed, 35, and Isah Muhammed, 28, were caught with 20 blocks of cannabis weighing 11.2kg concealed in a bag of garri along Zaria – Kano road on April 28.
In Ondo, seven bags of cannabis with a gross weight of 74.5kg were recovered when operatives raided an uncompleted building located in a bush in Ala town, Akure.
Similarly, 60kg of the same substance, hidden among footwears in two sacks, was recovered along Ibadan – Oyo road from one Aminu Mohammed waiting to board a vehicle to Kebbi.
In Adamawa, NDLEA agents raided a clandestine factory in Mubi, where Akuskura was being produced in large quantity.
The new psychoactive substance was to be exported to neighbouring countries, Chad, Cameroon and Niger Republic.