Drug barons and couriers seem to have jettisoned the old method of ingesting pellets of cocaine to evade detection.
Browsing: Mohammed Buba Marwa
The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency says it has arrested no fewer than 18,940 people for different drug related offences…
HURIWA in a statement in lieu of the December 10 International Human Rights Day described Mohammed Buba Marwa as the most influential Nigerian in 2022 adding that he is one person who has officially and personally affected the news and lives more than any other Nigerian from whatever standpoint one looks at it.
On Thursday last week, Gen. Marwa was our guest at the weekly State House Press Briefing. And what an illuminating session it was. He unfolded in graphic details, with video evidences, what has been going on in the drug war.
Three AK-47 rifles and other dangerous items were recovered from them.
Marwa, who spoke at a stakeholders meeting held on Friday in Lokoja, Kogi State, lamented that drug abuse remained the major cause of insecurity in the country.
Marwa took a broom, and swept Lagos almost clean. With Operation Sweep, criminals were given bloody noses, and sent scampering for cover. Roads, which had hitherto become craters, were suddenly fixed. Bitumen, which we had been told didn’t exist, miraculously materialised. Different aspects of life and livelihood were touched, and it became one big pleasure to live in the country’s commercial capital once again.
Marwa was until recently the chairman of the presidential committee on drug abuse.
Marwa made the appeal in a statement to commiserate with the victims of the Lekki shooting in Lagos State and all others, including security agents who lost their lives, properties or got injured during the #EndSARS protests across the country.