Apr 29, 2009 News
Three of the four Nigerians who were jointly charged with trafficking in narcotics between Venezuela and Guyana were freed by Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty on a no case submission made by Attorney-at-law Glen Hanoman, yesterday.
Mnojboeliagh Ndubliasi, Samuel John Kuffi, Browne Ikechuku Anyasla and Jacklyn Diliatu were jointly charged with trafficking in narcotics; they all pleaded not guilty. However, Diliatu was remanded and would have to lead his defence on May 14, 2009.
According to a police report, on February 6 last year the four Nigerians, traveling from Charity, were intercepted and searched at Aurora.
Police ranks unearthed a black plastic bag containing four grams of cocaine in the trunk of the car.
Hanoman, in his no case submission, stated that the Nigerians were traveling together in the same car and had no link to cocaine.
Prosecutor Oswald Pitt said that the Nigerians had travelled from Venezuela to Guyana .
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