It was the end of the road for suspected fake soldier and bandits’ supplier of drugs, Hayatu Galadima and his accomplice, Hamisu Adamu who have been intercepted and arrested by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA while conveying drugs, ammunition and communication equipment to bandits in Kaduna.
NDLEA’s spokesman Femi Babafemi confirmed to Action Now Against Drug Abuse that the duo were arrested by a patrol team of NDLEA officers along Gwagwalada expressway, Abuja on Friday 30th September, 2021.
Items recovered from the suspects include 21 RLA 7.45mm ammunition concealed in water bottle; 16 packs of new two-way radio (Walkie talkie); four army head masks; wallet containing army ID card, 1USD, 6 ATM cards of various banks.
Also found on them were wraps of cannabis sativa; tablets of tramadol; three MTN, two 9mobile and one airtel simcard packs; one iPhone 12 pro; one Samsung A31; and one Nokia phones, as well as seven Nigerian Army pass letters.
Hayatu Galadima claimed to be a Lance Corporal serving in Ibadan, the two suspects however confessed that they were taking the exhibits to Kaduna and Kano.
Preliminary investigation however indicates that the suspects may have contact with bandits in the North West and were possibly moving the ammunition and the two-way radios to bandits who are presently excommunicated due to the suspension of telecommunications services in Zamfara, Sokoto and Kaduna states.
Meanwhile,Chairman of the NDLEA, Brigadier Genera Buba Marwa (Retired) has directed the FCT Command of the Agency, which made the arrest to transfer the suspects to authorities of the Nigerian Army and another intelligence agency, which had earlier placed the two men on its watch list for further investigation.
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If dead sentence is being impose to any drug dealer this thing will not be happening
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May God save us
If these trend continues, we can have a better Nigerian.