Authorities of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have captured the occupant pastor of the Eternal Sacred Order of Cherubim and Seraphim at Agodo-Egbe, Ikotun Lagos over affirmed unlawful exportation of 174 kilograms of opiate medications to South Africa
The suspect, Prophet Michael Raji was captured after the block attempt of the medication at the payload segment of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) amid preshipment examination.
Preparatory examination has demonstrated that the 60 year old suspect, Michael Raji is an associated top part with a drug syndicate working in Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa. He had three international passport bearing his photos.
One of the international IDs bears the name Michael Raji while the other two bear the name Kadigun Fatah Ola. It was similarly found that the congregation premises where he serves additionally serves as a stockroom for narcotics.
The seized medications hid inside expansive sacks of foodstuff were found to contain 91kg of Methamphetamine and 83kg of Ephedrine with an expected road estimation of 609 million naira.
A Mercedes Benz Jeep was additionally seized amid the operation. NDLEA commandant at the Lagos Airport, Mr. Hamza Umar portrayed the suspect as a smooth administrator.