trafficking for senior secondary school students, organized by the
National Committee on Narcotics and Substance Abuse, Akingbede Bamidele narrated a story of how a teenage boy
sold his father’s SUVs valued for N7.5 million for N350,000 in order to buy hard
Abia State, recounted the story
teenager was later brought to NDLEA facility by his parents for
counseling and rehabilitation. He said the incident happened in Umuahia, the state capital.
counseling. He sold two vehicles – a Lexus and a Forerunner worth N7.5m
and has gotten to dependent stage where there’s absolutely nothing he
cannot sell, just to buy drugs.
me drugs. You notice when things began to miss at home that something is
them for goal post, when they were arrested, we went and tested them
and it was clear that they were high on drugs and that gave them such
mind to severe another persons’ head for goal post.
sent to deliver a parcel of which he doesn’t know much about and today,
he’s in trouble.