Nigerian, Malawian Girlfriends Arrested For Drug Trafficking (photo)


A 43-year-old Nigerian, Christian Osingwelen, has been captured with two Malawian women for medicate trafficking. 

They were captured at Kamuzu Global Airplane terminal (KIA) in Lilongwe for unlawful ownership and importation of the risky medication called Ephedrin as opposed to segment 11 (a) Control 19 of Perilous Medication Act. 


39-year-old Lusungu Mlenga and 33-year-old Nkhata Bayand Rita Juma were captured with the Nigerian. 

Airplane terminal Police Branch Advertising Office Sapulain Chitonde Lee disclosed to Malawi News Organization (Mana) police got a tipoff from MRA Officers working in the landings lobby that Mlenga is suspected to be gathering a table with sedate covering. 

"Police looked through the table and discovered bundles of obscure powder and later broke one of parcel to see the powder where they found an unsafe medication called Ephedrin 

"We are yet to conclude investigating the three to where the medications were originating from and who possesses it," said Chitonde. 

Chitonde included that Mlenga got a telephone call from an obscure individual (name withheld) to gather a table from the air terminal, which had disappeared. 

He said that USD2000 and extra MK700, 000.00 was paid as custom leeway for the table from MRA without comprehending what was inside. 

"Juma, a young lady companion to the Nigerian man got a call from his companion to gather 1000 USD nearby and offer it to him at the air terminal without revealing to her the utilization of the said cash. 

"The Nigerian while tolerating the announcements from his companions is, be that as it may, precluding proprietorship from claiming both the table and the medication, in spite of giving Mlenga all the cash to gather the dishes at MRA," said Chitonde. 

He additionally said MRA officers who took care of the issue uncovered to the police that Mlenga attempted to reward them with the said sum exploiting that they were all ladies who should have been helped saying in the event that they believed they required they ought to get it from the Nigerian. 

"We are expressing gratitude toward MRA Officers for being proficient while releasing their obligations and tipping them about the three who they figured out how to get hold of them until the point when police were educated."



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