NDLEA Destroys 16.8 hectares of Indian hemp (Weed) Farmland in Osun state

The Osun State command of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Wednesday announced that 16.8 hectares of Indian hemp (Cannabis Sativa) farm located in Ikoyi community in the state had been destroyed.

The Commandant, Mr. Samuel Egbeola, made the disclosure while speaking with newsmen in Osogbo on the achievements of the agency in Osun.

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 He said the farm was destroyed on September 26.
The commandant said the farm was discovered and destroyed by the NDLEA, following a tip-off by an intelligence source.

He added that during the operation, 25 kilogrammes of already harvested hemp were found on the farm. The NDLEA chief said, however, that no arrest was made during the operation because nobody was found on the farm.

 He called on members of the public to cooperate with the agency by giving useful information that would lead to the arrest of anyone involved in India hemp plantations.
 

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