Thursday, 5 June 2014

NDLEA Destroys vast Indian Hemp land in Enugu

NDLEA boss: Ahmadu Gaide

Former NDLEA Boss Killed by Gunmen In BornoThe National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, yesterday, stormed Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State and destroyed a vast Indian Hemp farm land.

The farm is allegedly owned and managed by one Samson Oshomi, who hails from Umuonoja family in Umuopu, Enugu Ezike.

Orient Daily gathered that he has managed the farm for several years before his arrest.

A competent source, who pleaded anonymity said "we know that Oshomi has been cultivating Indiam hemp for several years but nobody could not expose him because he has criminal exploit.

“Oshomi has been involved in various criminal activities in the community; he even dares policemen each time he commits any crime, that is why nobody from the community has the effrontery to confront him for fear of being killed".

At the point of his arrest, bags of the dried weed ready for evacuation to his selling points were discovered at his compound.

It was gathered that Oshomi was arraigned in 2002 and 2007 for illegal possession of fire arms; in 2003 he was arraigned for stealing cassava valued N1000.00, while in 2006, he was tried at Enugu Ezike magisterial district for assaulting two police officers, who were escorting him to prison custody on two months sentence.

In 2012, Oshomi and three others- Tobechukwu Oshomi, Jude Oshomi and Ayoguja Amedu all from the same Umuopu community allegedly stole bags of cocoyam.



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