Falz responds to the destruction of cocaine in Lagos worth N194 billion by the NDLEA.

The rapper is not persuaded by the alleged destruction planned by the NDLEA.

Falz, a well-known Nigerian rapper, musician, and songwriter, was one among the numerous Nigerians who responded to the most recent NDLEA activities.

In a warehouse in Ikorodu, Lagos, the National Drug Law Enforcment Agency (NDLEA) recently found 1.8 tonnes of cocaine, which is estimated to be worth a staggering N19 billion Naira on the black market. On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, the agency released videos and photos showing that it had set the cocaine on fire.

Heavyweight rapper, a lawyer, and rights advocate, questioned the burning of the cocaine on Twitter the same day in response to the news. The rapper claims that the entire burning event is a hoax because the substance will be used as evidence in court and shouldn’t be interfered with. He stated: This administration must really think that we are daft sha!! What is this lamba that the NDLEA is giving with this cocaine seizure saga? Dem dey burn evidence?

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NDLEA arrest 43 year old man with 1million tramadol capsules and a Ghanaian with two Nigerians trafficking cocaine and methamphetamine

The Spokesman of National drug law enforcement agency, Femi Babafemi confirmed their officials arrested a Nigerian man identified as Onuoha 43years, in possession of 1 million capsules of Tramadol at Lagos – Benin Express way.

He also confirmed the arrest of a Ghanaian and two Nigerians trafficking 9.953kg of cocaine and methamphetamine at Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja and Akanu Ibiam International Airport Enugu.