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DCP Abba Kyari Breaks Down And Confesses: Explains How The Cartel Work.

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DCP Abba Kyari Breaks Down And Confesses: Explains How The Cartel Work.

 

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), on Wednesday, provided more details into the 25kilogramme cocaine bust involving DCP Abba Kyari, the suspended commander of the Intelligence Response Team (IRT).

In a statement issued by Femi Babafemi, the NDLEA’s spokesperson, the agency noted that it had no reason to shield anyone who may be indicted in the course of the ongoing investigation.

The agency said it remained committed to evidence-based investigation and its resolve cannot be weakened by any misrepresentation of facts.

The police had on Tuesday claimed that the NDLEA officers at the Enugu airport were working for the cartel and the smugglers who entered from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Reacting in a statement, Babafemi revealed parts of the transcript of Kyari’s recorded conversation with its undercover officer and a portion of ASP James Bawa’s statement to the police.

On Wednesday, the spokesman said Kyari’s team’s contact with the cartel and how their ring works had been established.

The statement read, “To correct some inaccuracies in the information in the public space that NDLEA officers at the Enugu airport were the ones who received from the cartel details about the mule coming from Addis Ababa, the Agency wishes to quote from the transcript of Abba Kyaris recorded conversation with our undercover officer and a portion of ASP James Bawas statement to the police as documented in the police investigation report, a copy of which was made available to the Agency, to state that it’s an established fact that it’s the Abba Kyari’s team that was contacted by the cartel and without doubts, the records clearly show how their ring works.

“Recall that after NDLEA requested for Kyari and others for interrogation, they were questioned by the police, after which they were handed over along with the report of their interrogation.

“According to the police investigation report, ASP James Bawa in his statement to the police reveals that he was called by an informant identified as IK from Brazil who told him that a drug courier will be arriving on board Ethiopian Airlines in Enugu.

“He explained further that a pointer from IK, the Brazil-based informant met with him at about 1420hrs on 19th January 2022 outside the airport and showed him a picture of the courier.

“Subsequently, they sighted the suspect as he exited the airport terminal after all arrival clearance formalities, and he was arrested with another associate.

“In his own recorded conversation with our undercover officer, Abba Kyari also said the following;

Kyari said, “They are greedy, seriously greedy (referring to his informants), we tried to have them accept 40% but they refused, except 50%, they know the rudiment of the deal very well, they are the ones that do the packing.

From Brazil, one of the informants accompanied it to Ethiopia. You understand; one of the informants accompanied the goods to Ethiopia, one of the informants that give us information. He is the boy of the big baron.

Addis, from Addis it will be given to those to proceed further with it, he will get their snapshots without their knowledge. Yes, he will reveal those that are conveying it further, get snapshots of theirs without their knowledge and send to us (Abba Kyaris team). So we already know the goods, picture and the cloths they are wearing, hope you understand, we know your name, he will give useverything. So, automatically my team will just be waiting, they will just see you and arrest you.”

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