13 million tramadol pills found hidden in a Lagos house by NDLEA.

13 million tramadol worth over 2.6 Billion Naira

13 million tramadol pills have been found by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in a home in the Lekki neighborhood of Lagos state.

The building, which is located in Victoria Garden City (VGC), was searched on Monday, according to Femi Babafemi, an NDLEA spokesperson.

The “huge and elegant” structure, according to him, was used by a drug tycoon to “warehouse over 13 million pills of Tramadol 225mg.”

The drug lord has been detained by the NDLEA, according to a post by Babafemi on his Facebook page.

The bust is the latest in a lengthy line of accomplishments for the anti-drug organization in recent months.

On September 19, the NDLEA announced the seizure of 1.8 tonnes of cocaine in Lagos for “N194 billion.”

The drugs were found in a warehouse in the state’s Ikorodu region.

According to Babafemi, the incident “appears to be the biggest single cocaine seizure” in the history of the agency.

Buba Marwa, the chairman of the NDLEA, had received congratulations from President Muhammadu Buhari, who had been present at the UNGA at the time.

“I sincerely appreciate the effort you have made to eliminate the drug threat. As I keep track of the achievements made possible by your leadership, it makes my heart happy,” Buhari was reported as adding.

You have repeatedly shown that picking you to head this battle against evil death merchants, whose only goal is to jeopardize and end the future of our kids, is a wise decision.

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