A 55-year-old-man and a 16-year previous lady have been arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for alleged drug trafficking in Anambra State.
The suspects, Charles Ajaoku and Amaka Okafor had been apprehended along with Paul Ejiofor, 50, Isaac John, 28, and Musa Mohammed, 20.
Ajaoku was arrested in his hometown, Nimo in Njikoka Local Government Area.
He was accused of pushing totally different medication and habouring criminals.
Ajaoku, popularly referred to as Mmonwu, in response to the Agency, has reportedly evaded arrest for a very long time.
While Paul Ejiofor was caught in Abatete, Idemili North Local Government with 1.4kg of hashish sativa, Isaac John was arrested at Ekwulobia in Aguata Local Government Area reportedly with 600g of Cannabis sativa.
Musa Mohammed was arrested in Amansea in Awka North Local Government Area with 80g of Cannabis sativa.
Ajaoku admitted peddling medication, however denied being a drug lord, blaming frustration as his motive for his actions.
Amaka Okafor was arrested at Abagana, Njikoka Local Government Area allegedly with totally different portions of methaphythamine hidden in her physique whereas her sister, Chisom, was stated to have been arrested for aiding the crime.
She denied partaking within the enterprise however stated her elder cousin, Ada Anazodo gave her the medication to cover.