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Lebanese Chef arrested in Victoria Island for selling Drugs (PHOTO)

A Lebanese Chef, Charbel Chalouhi, is currently cooling off in a police cell after being arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency(NDLEA) on Tuesday for allegedly using and dealing drugs at his residence on number 18, Wahab Ogunbambo Street, off Simeon Akinlonu Crescent, Victoria Island.

Chalouhi was arrested following an intelligence report that he was involved in hard drugs. He was trailed by NDLEA officers at the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) Lagos Command, Ikeja. Thereafter, he was taken to his home where 1kg of cocaine from recovered.

“I was just walking on the street and I saw the NDLEA officials when they came in. I saw the event. When they came, they invaded his house, not even his house alone, they went to other houses too. But when they got to know that he was the one, they checked him and they took him away. He joined the NDLEA officials in their car.” a resident of the area where the suspect lives said

Speaking further, the resident said “People in this area have been very careful about complaining to law enforcement agencies about the activities of drug dealers because such people can be very dangerous. If they get to know that you reported them, you could be harmed. People are living in fear, so the NDLEA should save us, save Nigerian youths.”

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