Infamous Nigerian drug peddler arrested in South Africa

A supposed infamous Nigerian drug peddler identified as Chukuwuebuka Kingsley Izuagwu, was on Thursday, November 19, remanded in guardianship by the East London Magistrate’s Court, South Africa.

He is normal back for a subsequent court appearance on December 7, 2020 to reply to sedate managing charges.

The 31-year-old drug peddler was captured in North End, East London, on Monday, 16 November 2020.

Izuagwu was captured by the Hawks’ South African Narcotics Enforcement Bureau (SANEB) helped by the nearby Crime Intelligence Gathering group following a sting activity that was led more than four days from the 12 to 16 November pointed toward upsetting the medication managing scourge in the territory.

In the primary controlled trade, the group bought R1000 worth of Tik which Izuagwu provided from his North End level. This was trailed by two different requests worth a joined estimation of R10 000 which he conveyed at Esplanade beachfront on two distinct events. The group dove in on the objective when he conveyed the third transfer, gauging 20 grams and esteemed at about R5000-00 at a similar beachfront region.

Izuagwu was then taken to his level where a pursuit revealed around 260 grams of Tik esteemed at R 65 000. A little electronic scale, mobile phones, an elephant tusk just as over R50 000 in real money were seized for additional examination.

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