Two Nigerian Women Arrested In India With Tons Of Drugs

Pushkar Police in India have detained Adaze Jaye, 43, and Lagantius Chamika, 23, two Nigerian women, along with 65 grams of mephedrone.

First India reports that on Sunday, October 29, authorities seized from them a digital wave machine, 65,000 Indian rupees, and 65 grams of mephedrone.

Also, the estimated value of the drugs that were seized was 600,000 Indian rupees.

The police chief, Rakesh Yadav, said an investigation has been launched and a case under the NDPS Act has been filed against both.

Yadav continued, saying that information has also reached the control room and higher officials.