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Entebbe: 76-Year Old Nigerian Woman, Daughter Arrested with Shs2.6Bn Worth Heroine

Vera helps her elderly mother to board the police pickup

 

Police has Wednesday morning arrested two Nigerians trafficking drugs through Entebbe International airport.

The two, viagra 40mg http://communique-de-presse-gratuit.com/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/magic.php a 76 year old mother Aniugo Agnes Egona and her daughter Aniugo Gloria Vera were found carrying 10 kilograms of suspected heroine which were concealed in their luggage.

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Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Emilian Kayima told journalists that the two suspects were carrying four bags full of new clothings and the packed heroine was hidden under the bags’ underlining. The 10 kilograms of the narcotic drug are valued at Ugshs 2.6 billion, malady according to Kayima.

“The two were caught this morning at the airport as they were leaving Uganda for  and each of them had 5 kilograms of heroine, view ” Kayima told the press at Entebbe airport police station.

Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Emilian Kayima displays a pack of suspected heroine which was found concealed in the luggage

Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Emilian Kayima displays a pack of suspected heroine which was found concealed in the luggage

He said that under the newly passed Narcotics and Drug Psychotropic Substances Control Act 2016, the two suspects will be required to pay Ugshs 10 million or a sum two times the value of the drugs.

“The issue of drugs is still serious concern in Uganda. However the new law gives us all the powers and it will help us check drugs trade and to prevent Uganda from being a conduit for illegal drugs.”

He also told journalists that files for the two suspects have been sanctioned and they will be taken to court this afternoon.

Aniugo Agnes Egona (C) and her daughter Aniugo Gloria Vera (L) walk towards a police truck before being transported to court

Aniugo Agnes Egona (C) and her daughter Aniugo Gloria Vera (L) walk towards a police truck before being transported to court

In their account to police, Aniugo Agnes and her daughter claimed to have been in Uganda for the introduction ceremony of Agnes’ son who is engaged to a Ugandan girl. “We are yet to verify this information. We are not sure whether the son who left Uganda before the two also trafficked drugs.”

Kayima cautioned Ugandan girls to avoid getting involved in relationships whose motives they don’t understand.

“The young ladies in Uganda should know that if you get into relationships, there will be consequences,” Kayima said.

Wednesday’s arrest comes a week after police arrested two other women of South African origin for possession of 3.7 kilograms of cocaine.

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