Nigerian Man Arrested In Delhi, India For Supplying Drugs

A team from Narcotics Control Bureau on Sunday arrested a Nigerian who had been supplying drugs to a youth from Punjab.
The team also apprehended two Punjab residents who were taking over the consignment of 25 gms of heroin from the Nigerian near Mata Roop Rani Maggo Devi Hospital in Uttam Nagar, Delhi on July 24.

In the follow up search at the house of the Nigerian, named Ifeanyi Okafor, in Uttam Nagar, another 180 gms of heroin and 620 gms of amphetamine was recovered.

Ifeanyi Okafor revealed that he had been dealing in drugs for the last four years, ever since he had come to India. He was staying in a rented accommodation in Vipin Garden area of Uttam Nagar, Delhi. He further revealed that he was dealing in all kinds of drugs, including heroin, amphetamine and other synthetic drugs.

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Zonal Director, NCB Delhi Zone, Rohit Sharma revealed that Okafor was one of the major suppliers of drugs to the Punjabi youth. The agency had received a specific tip off in this regard and was on the look out for Okafor for the past two months, revealed Sharma.

The Nigerian, had been staying in Delhi on a business visa which got expired in May 2016. The claims of Okafor that he had got his visa renewed are being verified by the NCB.

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