NDLEA rearrests nursing mother for drug dealing 3 weeks after bail on same offence

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have arrested a 38-year-old nursing mother for drug dealing three weeks after she was granted bail for same offence in Kwara state.

Director, Media & Advocacy of the agency, Femi Babafemi, in a statement on Sunday February 20, said the suspect, Mrs. Rashidat Adebayo, was granted administrative bail following her arrest for dealing in illicit drugs.

“Operatives have again arrested her in Offa with assorted drugs such as Tramadol, Swinol, Diazepam and Pentazocine injection ampules,” the statement read.

“Before her latest arrest on Thursday 17th February, the nursing mother had been arrested and granted bail on 24th January 2022 for dealing in similar drugs,”

5 thoughts on “NDLEA rearrests nursing mother for drug dealing 3 weeks after bail on same offence

  1. She was arrested but was later bailed and yet she did not change, that shows she’s doing it intentionally and she’ll never change for any reason, it has became an addict for her

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