Customs Intercepts Ambulance with N2.8m Worth of Tramadol

On 18/Jul/2019 / In Medical News

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Apapa Command, yesterday said that it intercepted an ambulance conveying 10 cartons of 225 milligrammes (mg) of stolen Tramadol in Apapa Port.
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Controller, Apapa Port, Muhammad Abba-Kura, who paraded the vehicle and the drugs yesterday, said the ambulance, with registration number LND605XW, was intercepted with the drugs worth about N2.8 million while trying to smuggle it out of the port in an emergency manner. He said two suspects were arrested in connection with the deal and investigations ongoing to further uncover those behind the deal.
 
 
 

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