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NDLEA demolishes cannabis sativa plantation in Kogi

NDLEA demolishes cannabis sativa plantation in Kogi

NDLEA demolishes cannabis sativa plantation in Kogi.

The Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA has reportedly demolished 10-hectare cannabis sativa plantation in Kogi State.

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Kogi Order, destroyed a 10-hectare plantation of Cannabis Sativa (Indian hemp) in the state’s Okula village, Ofu Local Government Area.

Mr Alfred Adewumi, the state’s NDLEA administrator, made this known while briefing newsmen shortly after the farm was destroyed in Okula on Wednesday.

He criticized the State’s rising rate of illegal cannabis sativa use and production.

Adewumi clarified that the suspected cannabis farmer, Clement Akor, a 42-year-old man from Enabo in Kogi Local Government Area in Ankpa, was arrested by intelligence gathering alongside his accomplice, David Ameh.

The commander acknowledged that the hemp farm ‘s discovery and destruction came three days after the Enduarance Samson and Abah Sunday pair were captured, caught with 36.2 kilograms of cannabis sativa wraps.

Adewumi said the command was devoted to stamping out the manufacture and use of illegal drugs from the area, and pursuing traffickers to their roots.

He said: “To see, they ‘re saying, is to believe. What you see today is definitely more than three fields of football placed together. I just want to make your judgment. Just take a look around at the huge cannabis farm expanse.

“We just left the first farm which is likewise an enormous cannabis plantation. This is quite regrettable. The unfortunate development worries me. I figured Kogi’s not going to get down to this point.

“As things stand now, it would be outright self-denial to conclude that people are not planting cannabis sativa, since the proof itself shows that cannabis sativa is strongly planted in the state.

At the point of my deployment I vowed that I would not give anyone space to turn Kogi into a state of drug cultivation.

The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that the alleged cannabis farmer, Akor, has pleaded with NDLEA officials to take his life rather than ruin his farm.

Akor said he had spent too much on the farm and couldn’t afford to lose it saying, “I’m this farm ‘s owner. Only kill me, because I’m not going to watch you ruin what I’ve been working for.

He said he preferred for Indian hemp production as a means of survival rather than engage in criminal activities such as armed robbery and kidnapping.

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