Monday 14 June 2021

Costa Rica Detained Nigerians Who Trafficked Cocaine By Mail

Costa Rican authorities dismantled an organization led by Nigerians who sent cocaine to Africa, Asia and Europe by mail.

The detainees were identified as Onyebuchi, 37, leader of the gang and linked to the placement of packages with cocaine and another man was identified as Emogor, 43 years old. Both had applied for refugees in the country.

Source (in Spanish: El Pais

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