2 Nigerian Students Arrested With N48m Worth Of Fake Drugs In Philippine (Photos)
Two Nigerian students have been arrested with 500 grams of shabu and counterfeit drugs amounting to P2.5 million (about N48m), following an entrapment operation in Bacoor, Cavite, on Friday.
According to ABS, the suspects Agu Austin Chukwuebuka and Nkwocha Chimaobi were arrested after they sold 11 sachets of suspected shabu stashed in electronic adaptors to an undercover agent.
Both suspects denied they were drug peddlers, claiming they are students in Metro Manila. Intelligence reports, however, linked Chukwuebuka and Chimaobi to an African drug syndicate operating in parts of Cavite.
The suspects are temporarily under the custody of PDEA’s regional office in CALABARZON and will be facing charges for alleged violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002