Nigerian ‘drug peddler’ on expired visa arrested in India with 250 gms cocaine

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An alleged Nigerian drug peddler with expired visa was arrested in Delhi, India on Sunday, September 20, and 250 grams of cocaine valued at 20 lakh seized from his possession.

The yet-to-be-named suspect was arrested from the New Delhi Railway Station by the Railway Unit of the Delhi Police.


According to a police officer, Harendra Singh, the suspect had been ”visiting Delhi from Bengaluru to supply drugs in rave parties.”

A fake American drivers licence was also found in his possession.

Police have registered a case under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (NDPS Act) and 14 Foreigners Act.



  1. All for the sake of money….I pray they have mercy on him ..I blame the government rolling us who don’t have in mind to make his Country a better place

  2. Every day for the thief, one day for the owner. Thank God that he was finally apprehended because he is one of those that draggs Nigeria name into the mud. In outside we have law abiding Nigerians there and they go about there legitimate work without fear.

  3. That serves him right, they should let him dance to the music he sang. Some people like you are just in outside the country to spoil Nigeria’s beautiful name. He should be dealt with seriously to serve as a deterrent to others.

  4. Very good= well done police of India, decide his case immediately according to your law, because I know you already have your own rules and regulations in your country, please decide his case according to your law.

  5. He is a bad ambassador of Nigeria and he is one of the people bringing bad name to Nigeria
    Well now he has been caught, let him go and face the consequences

  6. This is an example of the minority that tarnish the reputation of our dear country, and make Nigeria seem like a den of criminals to the world…. unlike our true nature!

  7. Had it been that Nigeria government provided good job for its citizens some of our youths that are illegal businesses outside won’t have been doing it. Abeg Indians should free that guy because their people are working in Nigeria prison.

  8. Those That Draggs Nigeria Name Into The Mud. In Outside We Have Law Abiding Nigerians There And They Go About There Legitimate Work Without concious

  9. The problem I have with this is that,people like this keep tainting the name of Nigeria and makes it look as if there are no good people in this country. When asked what happened, they will blame it on unemployment.

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