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Foreigners detained for drug trafficking in Sierra Leone

Freetown (5th October 2022) The public is hereby informed that following a request
tor support trom our counterparts in Liberia, three foreign nationals were arrested and are
currently in custody. These foreign nationals, who include a Liberian, a Guinean and a
Lebanese, were alleged to have been members of the cartel involved in the trafficking of 520 kilograms of cocaine that were seized by the Liberia Drug Law Entorcement Agency.
As part of the bilateral collaboration between our two sister countries, the Security Sector
alerted security operatives across the borders of Sierra Leone, which eventually
culminated in the arrest of the three suspected tratfickers.
The Security Sector wishes the general public to know that efforts at curbing transnational organised crimes, including cooperation and collaboration, sit at the heart of the Security
Sector. This is to ensure that there is no safe haven in Siera Leone for drug traffickers
and other criminals.
The public is informed that all arrested persons will be turned over to the authorities in Liberia for further investigation


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