The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency on Sunday declared a Rivers State-based prophetess and founder of Christ Power Adoration Ministries, Faith Ugochi, wanted for drug trafficking.
The agency also declared the prophetess’ accomplices, a couple – Igho Ubiribo and Danielle Simba Allen – wanted for recruiting teenage girls into drug trafficking.
It was gathered that they served as the arrowheads of an international syndicate operating from Los Angeles, United States.
The commission made this known on their Facebook page on Sunday.
It also disclosed that it had arrested four members of cartel, obtained court order to freeze millions in bank accounts, and seize properties linked to leaders of syndicate.
143 million pills of opioids, two tons of C/S were also seized in Lagos, FCT, and five other states.
The statement read in part, “The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency has declared a Port Harcourt, Rivers state based popular prophetess and founder of Christ Power Adoration Ministries, Faith Ugochi and a celebrity couple: Igho Ubiribo and Danielle Simba Allen wanted for recruiting teenage girls into drug trafficking while they serve as the arrowheads of an international syndicate operating from Los Angeles, USA.
“The lid was blown off the cartel when NDLEA operatives at the NAHCO import shed of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja Lagos intercepted a consignment of 32.70 kilograms of Loud, a strong variant of cannabis concealed in cartons of used wears on Wednesday 16th November 2022.
“A freight agent, Ukoh Ifeanyi Oguguo was immediately arrested while further investigations led to the arrest of four more suspects: Chikodi Favour; Obiyom Shalom Chiamaka; Nnochiri Chidinma Promise and Edward Omatseye (aka Montana).”
Credit: Facebook | NDLEA