A Nigerian Pilot, Jubril Adamu has just been convicted in the United States of America for using a private jet to traffic cocaine. Jubril , alongside a Congolese, Jean-Claude Okongo Landji were found guilty by a US Jury for conspiring to use a United States registered Private Jet to fly tons of cocaine from South Africa to West Africa.
Their conviction was announced by the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Damian Williams and the Special Agent in Charge of the Special Operations Division of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) , Wendy Woolcock.
The US Jury had on Monday, October 25th returned guilty verdicts against 58 years old Jibril and equally 58 years old Landji. They face minimum 10 years imprisonment. They were arrested in October 2018.
. Their conviction is coming on the heels of the arrest of the Columbian most wanted drug Lord, Dairo Antonio Usuga ,popularly known as Otoniel. He was captured on Saturday in a joint operation by the Army, Airforce and the Police.
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