- A cute rat has been seen in a viral video turning round the floor after it strayed into the NDLEA-exhibited room
- The rat was described as cute by one of the staff of the NDLEA, who was speaking in the background of the video
- Another staff disclosed that the rat had tasted the exhibit seized from offenders of the law, and it got high
The exhibit room of the Nigeria drug law enforcement agency (NDLEA) is not well protected, as a video has shown a rat getting its way into the room.
In the 1:45 minutes video that was posted by The Nation on its verified Twitter, it is obvious that the rat has tasted the exhibit drugs kept in the room as it was seen just turning around faster.
In the background of the video, a voice, while reacting, said that the rat has tasted an exhibited drug while another says, “this rat is cute.”
Following the voice is another that “the rat is high”, “it has tasted the exhibit”.
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The NDLEA is the government agency that is saddled with the responsibility of cleaning up the country from Indian hemp, cannabis, cocaine and other hard drugs.
The agency is headed by Mohammed Buba Marwa, a former military governor of Lagos state, who is always remembered for his disciplinary establishment in the state, War Against Indiscipline (WAI).
NDLEA nabs 75-year-old grandpa with tons of illicit drug in top northern state
Legit.ng earlier reported that A 75-year-old grandpa, identified simply as Usman Bokina Bajama and 21 other suspects have been arrested by operatives of the NDLEA.
The agency in a statement signed by its spokesperson, Femi Babafemi on Sunday, disclosed that tons of illegal drugs were seized in operations across seven states in the country.
Meanwhile, Bajama was arrested in the early hours of Tuesday in Adamawa, where he had a cannabis plantation from where 49kg of the illicit substance was recovered.
The spokesman of the agency, Femi Babafemi, said on Sunday, September 25, in Abuja that during the operations over a million bottles/capsules of banned new psychoactive substance, Akuskura and tramadol, as well as over 2,536 kilograms of cannabis, were seized.