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Police, NDLEA silent as alleged fugitive cocaine trafficker returns to social media - Premium Times Nigeria

Ms Phillips was charged in 2007 for alleged possession of cocaine

15.5.2019

Police, NDLEA silent as alleged fugitive cocaine trafficker returns to social media

Ms Phillips was charged in 2007 for alleged possession of cocaine

Olufunke Phillips, who worked as a digital manager for the Lagos State governor-elect, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, was arrested and charged in 2007 for alleged possession of 3.14 kilogrammes of cocaine.

After they were granted bail during the trial, they all absconded and were declared wanted by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).

(real names: Philip Esther Olufunke) as one of the fugitives charged with cocaine possession.

But after she was exposed as a fugitive, she removed all traces of a connection with the governor-elect. And, afterwards, disappeared from social media.

But Jonah Achema, the NDLEA spokesperson, asked for a written request for information, addressed to the chairman, on why the agency had failed to act on Ms Phillips.

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