South Africa: Nigerian Men Arrested for Dealing in Drugs Worth R2 Million

The South African Narcotics Enforcement Bureau (SANEB) have on Wednesday arrested two Nigerian national for dealing in drugs worth an estimated value of R2 million in Braynston, North of Johannesburg.

Hawks members received a tip off about an illegal business at the suspects' dwelling in Braynston and further investigated the matter. Police searched the premises and recovered plastics with residue, undisclosed amount of money, and drugs 7kg of Ephedrine and 2.5kg of Cocaine worth an estimated value of R2million.

The suspects aged 42 and 44 will appear before the Randburg Magistrates Court on Friday, 25 November 2016 for dealing in drugs.

Source: South African Police Service.

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