Chioma Okocha, 25, and five others were sentenced to 141 years in prison for trafficking cocaine and cannabis.
The other culprits are John Ndubussi, Ali Haruna, Abdullahi Saddam, Osman Bashir and Osman Ibrahim.
They were convicted by the Federal High Court in Benin, Edo State, and Abekuta, Ogun State, respectively.
Benin High Court Judge AC Ayazor was convicted of trafficking 200 grams of crack cocaine and sentenced to 15 years in prison, according to Femi Babafimi, a spokesman for the National Drug Enforcement Agency.
He was arrested on September 24, 2021 in Benin by NDA operators.
On Monday, November 15, 2007, she pleaded guilty to one count of felony criminal mischief.
The judge, however, fined her N2m or 15 years in prison for trying to deliver cocaine to a restaurant in Benin City on September 24.
Federal High Court Judge Ogunremi Oguntoybo, who sentenced the five men to 126 years in prison, was indicted in Abeokuta on F.C. AB / 105 C / 2021.
The suspects were arrested on September 14, 2021, on a Lagos-Ibadan Expressway carrying 46 bags of cannabis sativa weighing 552 kilograms.
In a sentencing hearing on November 9, Judge Oguntoibo Nduubusi, Haruna, and Saddam were each sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Truck driver Bashir sentenced to 21 years in prison
The arrests take place at the same time.
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