NDLEA busts Lagos mansion, discovers 13 million Tramadol pills


In the Lekki neighborhood of Lagos State, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, or NDLEA, found another mansion housing 13 million Tramadol pills.

NDLEA Spokesman Femi Babafemi claimed in a statement on Monday that the property belonged to a drug lord who is currently in detention.

The agency allegedly removed 13 million Tramadol 225mg pills from the property, according to Babafemi.

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“Another drug bust at VGC! As enormous and stunning as this estate in affluent VGC Lekki, Lagos appears to be, it is really being utilized to store over 13 million Tramadol 225mg pills by another wealthy drug lord who is currently in the care of @ndlea nigeria. Details would be provided in a statement soon, he said.
Remember that the NDLEA found a warehouse in the state’s Ikorodu region containing cocaine just days before to this bust.

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