NDLEA sues for collaboration over fight in drug trafficking.

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and South Africa’s Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation, called HAWKS have agreed to collaborate in tackling the menace of drug trafficking between the two countries.

This was the highpoint of discussions at a virtual meeting between the Chairman/Chief Executive of NDLEA, Brigadier General Mohammed Marwa Retired and National Head of South Africa’s DPCI, Lieutenant General SG Lebeya along with members of their teams.

Brigadier General Marwa retired in a presentation called for an operational Memorandum of Understanding that will allow both agencies share intelligence, engage in joint operations, especially in the areas of controlled delivery; joint training and personnel exchange programmes among others.

According to him, drugs destroy youths both in Nigeria and South Africa.