Hawks arrest Nigerians in Bfn

2017-01-18 06:03

The Hawks and the Tactical Response Team have arrested two Nigerians, Obinna Nnandi (32) and Chukwuebuka Nwana, in a flat in Bloemfontein.

They appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on Monday (16/01), facing a charge of dealing drugs. They are expected to re-appear in court on 26 January to apply for bail.

Capt. S’fiso Nyakane, provincial spokesperson of the Hawks, said cat valued at R10 000, dagga valued at R53 000, as well as a pocket scale and R2 694 in cash, suspected to be profit from the sale of drugs, were found during the arrest.

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