‘JKIA super tunnel’ infiltrated by drug dealers

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Security agencies have raised concerns over the possible existence of a drug trafficking racket at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, used to smuggle them outside and to the country.

In a period of less than a month, police have confiscated narcotics at the international airport that were destined to West African countries.

In March 2019 at the International Airport of Kenya, JKIA a Nigerian woman was arrested trying to smuggle 77 Pellets of heroin hidden concealed in plastic bottles containing milk.

Just recently, in a series of investigation, hawks have nabbed hundreds of narcotics destined to different destinations across the world.

Detectives based at #JKIA acted swiftly upon receiving info about drugs on Transit. A search was conducted on the consignment leading to the confiscation of Narcotic drugs(Heroin) concealed in HIV-1/2 sachets. Consignment was declared as medicaments & destined for Lagos, Nigeria. pic.twitter.com/AgsI1c9E3X— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) April 9, 2019

Last week, @DCI_Kenya Detectives based at #JKIA working jointly with other stakeholders seized Narcotic drugs (Heroin) concealed in boxes of Lip Gloss totalling to 48 pieces. The consignment was registered to be airlifted from #Nairobi to Port Harcourt in #Nigeria. pic.twitter.com/hL2Eap7HXA— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) April 9, 2019

#Heroin weighing approximately 12 kilograms, concealed in two radio speakers & declared as traditional baskets & sandals was last week confiscated by Detectives based at #JKIA. The consignment which was destined for Monrovia-Liberia, was delivered for export by a clearing agent. pic.twitter.com/6pjHe5X2Lq— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) April 9, 2019

500Kgs of Narcotic ‘Dry Khat’-packed in 52 bags-concealed as Tea Packets, sent by various Exporters and destined to #UnitedStates, #Australia & Austria was intercepted yesterday by @DCI_Kenya Detectives during screening at #JKIA. @KRACare had issued a Seizure Notice on the goods. pic.twitter.com/vGINbYVJzx— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) April 9, 2019

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