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Soldier On Army Course Caught With 81 Packets Of Dried Cannabis Leaves

Importing or exporting so-called Indian hemp could result in a prison sentence of at least 21 years if convicted.

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A man linked to the Nigerian army who was on a development course was attending school when he was stopped by a highway patrolman who found 81 packets of dried cannabis leaves.

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the from the country Indian Hemp Act Remarks it is illegal to plant, cultivate, import, export, sell, possess, use or have any related accessories.

Cultivating the plant illegally, for example, could result in death or life in prison. Importing or exporting weed is punishable by at least 21 years in prison.

Beyond the cannabis, the National Police report that the soldier’s vehicle contained an army uniform, two Michelin tires, an army helmet, a bag of clothes and some charms, all of which were confiscated.

The driver was to be handed over to Nigeria’s National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.

According to Punch, the man marched alongside others at police command headquarters earlier this week.

Rodney N.

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