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3 Nigerian Men Were Arrested In Pretoria, Look At What Was Caught With Them (Photos)

Three Nigerian nationals were detained after a raid on a Pretoria apartment. In recent decades, South African law enforcement has increased the tempo of its operations. Many South Africans are concerned about the illegal sale of dangerous drugs on our streets. However, arrests of drug smugglers around the country appear to be a sign that things are improving. In order to fight the drug trade, we as citizens must do our part by reporting drug smugglers to our local law enforcement agencies.. (Picture is purely illustrative.) 

After a raid in Pretoria West, South Africa, three Nigerian male suspects were detained, according to local media. Officers of the Toronto Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) received information regarding suspicious actions in the apartment, leading to the deployment of the TMPD Drug Unit. Three thousand packets of nyaope and crystal meth were discovered with the accused during a search of the flat. Nearly a million rands was estimated to be the street worth of the drugs seized by police. You can't even fathom how many narcotics would end up on the streets. It'd be a complete mess. 

"Police in Pretoria, South Africa, arrested three Nigerian men after receiving information about suspicious activity at a flat in Pretoria West. Approximately R100,000 worth of crystal meth and Nyaope were seized from the suspects "Reports claim so.

As a result of the apprehension of these individuals, hard drugs have been removed from our streets. The misery of drug addiction should not have to be felt by anyone. In the absence of drug dealers, no one would become addicted to them.

It is imperative that we maintain a tight check on our surroundings and call the police on anyone we see selling drugs in order to put a stop to this epidemic in South Africa.


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