Customs bust smugglers with 77 Kg of Indian Hemp concealed in Coconut packs, Compressed Books (photos)

The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Ogun State Command have busted some drug dealers who concealed Cannabis Sativa A.K.A. ‘Indian Hemp’ in 88 coconut packs and 42 compressed book along Idiroko-Benin Republic border.
The Command Public Relations Officer, Abdullahi Maiwada, who disclosed this to men of the press on Sunday, said: “Upon thorough examination, forty two (42) compressed book packs and eighty eight (88) coconut packs of Cannabis Sativa (popularly known as Indian hemp) were uncovered.
"The Rapid Response Squad of Ogun Area Command based on credible intelligence intercepted four bales of second clothing/shoes suspected to have been use to conceal compressed packs of cannabis sativa (Indian Hemp) at Ihunbo-Oke-Odan creeks along Idiroko road.”
Maiwada added that the NDLEA Idiroko Special Command field tested the aforementioned items using the United Nations Test Kit and affirmed that the items were positive for Cannabis Sativa and weighed 77 kilograms