NDLEA arrests Popular Church Pastor for dealing Meth, Skunk [PHOTOS]

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has made several arrests in connection with an attempt to export a shipment of meth and skunk, which was concealed in kegs of palm oil. The shipment was destined for Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

The arrests include the founder and General Overseer of the Seraphic and Sabbath Assembly church in Lagos, High Priest Nnodu Azuka Kenrick, a student of Emmanuel College of Theology, Udezuka Udoka, and a freight agent, Oyoyo Mary Obasi.

The arrests took place after the seizure of 283 parcels of skunk weighing 14.90 kilograms and 204 grams of methamphetamine.

In her statement, Mary implicated Nnodu and his son, Chisom Obi, as the individuals who gave her the shipment for export. According to Mary, she was threatened and compelled to take the job after the clergyman and his son found out she knew their secrets. Mary also stated that Nnodu referred to the illicit drugs as “Ice” and “Bible” in their text message chats.

Udezuka was introduced to Mary to assist her with the shipment and was paid 2 million naira for his role. He claimed that he took the job due to financial needs for his education.

NDLEA operatives are still searching for Chisom Obi in connection with this case.

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