Two Nigerians Arrested While Trying To Smuggle Drugs Hidden in Stock Fish

The Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) has captured two Nigerians for trying to smuggle drugs hidden in stock fish through the General Post Office in Accra.

The suspects, Theophilus Biney, false name Godwin Orji, a. k. a 'Treat', 37 years; and Jeff Nnaana-K, 36 years, both inhabitant in Ghana, were grabbed by authorities of NACOB at various areas for their association trying to move Methamphetamine, an opiate medication to The Philippines.

An announcement issued by the Communication and Media Relations Unit of NACOB on Thursday, 19 July, stated: "Godwin Orji was caught in the wake of endeavoring to post the bundles of stockfish which contained 21.7kgs of Methamphetamine.

Orji, upon his capture, conceded responsibility for bundle when questioned and uncovered that the packages were given to him by Jeff Nnaana-K to be sent to one Victor, inhabitant in The Philippines.

Nnaana-K, upon his capture, portrayed that the relegations were not his, but rather were given to him by one Offor situated in Nigeria to be given to Orji, the sender. The two suspects have been summoned."

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