Thursday, 29 September 2016


One Emmanuel Peter Inobemhe, a Nigerian drug lord has been arrested in Kenya by the Kayole Police Division.
Inobemhe was deported from Kenya following a presidential order, after he was arrested alongside his accomplice, another Nigerian, Anthony Chinedu, in June 2013 for drug trafficking.

The narcotics trafficker, however, sneaked back to the country and was on Wednesday arrested in Kayole, Nairobi.

He was arrested at about 2pm, exactly three months after he returned to the country.

He was arrested along with a Kenyan woman, Virginia Wakini, who had just arrived from Tanzania via the Namanga border point, when police raided their apartment, Daily Nation is reporting.

The Police chief, Ali Nuno, who confirmed the arrest, said Inobemhe had been deported twice from Kenya over drug issues and for being in the country illegally.

Wondering how he got back to the country, the police boss said, “He says he used Namanga border on both occasions and that is what we want to know how and why.

“He had been deported in June 2013 before he sneaked back three months later. When he was arrested, he revealed that he came to the country from Tanzania via the Namanga border using different identification documents.

“The suspect was picked up from the Kayole Police Station by detectives from the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit and the Anti-Narcotics Unit for interrogation,” Nuno stated.

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