A Nigerian Arrested For Smuggling Drugs In India

A 37-yr-Old Nigerian was involved in supplying MDMA drugs to youths in Kochi, India was arrested by the Indian police from Bengaluru on Sunday. 

Amachukwu  Okeke, 37, was residing in Bilekahalli, Bengaluru, was held on charges of smuggling MDMA drugs to Kochi.

Mr. Okeke, allegedly accused of a drug case was registered by the narcotic cell of Goa Police, escaped from Goa during trial. 

Sources revealed that he was hiding in Bengaluru and continued his drug trade under many names from various locations. So far, four persons have been arrested, while Muhammed Shifaz, the fifth accused, is still to be apprehended.

Police recovered a fake passport and foreign currencies from Mr. Okeke possession.

Elamakkara police had arrested Ahmmed Yazin, 21, and Mohammed Shahad, 22, on March 2 with 21g of MDMA. 

Interrogation revealed that Muhammed Shifaz of Aluva supplied them with the contraband. “Shahad and Yazin went to Bengaluru, where Muhammed Shifaz was studying and procured the drug with the help of Muhammed Riyas, 23.

As directed by Riyas, Shifaz paid Rs 40,000 to Okeke via online to buy the contraband,” said a police officer. Riyas surrendered before police on October 7. During interrogation, police got clarity regarding Okeke, New Indian Express reports

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  1. The Indian government knows how to deal with such criminals very well. India do have one of the World’s robust Anti-smuggling law and very well enforced.