NDLEA Discovers ‘First-Ever’ Indian Hemp Oil Laboratory In Lagos (Photos)


The Enforcement Team of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has discovered and dismantled a first-ever Indian hemp clandestine laboratory for the production of hashish oil in Lagos State.

The laboratory is located at 7 Imam Augusto Close, Victoria Island, Lagos State.

Spokesman of the NDLEA, Jonah Achema, in a statement today, said the lab was managed by one Oladapo Ifedayo Oluseyi Adedayo, a graduate of the University of Southern Denmark with a degree in Electronic Engineering.

He said Adedayo is a half-caste, whose late Nigerian father was a Professor from Ondo State; and that the suspect runs the lab with his Danish mother, Dr. (Mrs) Jyetter Marie (Nee Roug).


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