Five drug traffickers have been sentenced to a total of 126 years in Ogun State by a Federal High Court, Abeokuta.
The convicts are Nduibusi John, Haruna Aliyu, Saddam Abdullahi, Bashir Usman and Usman Ibrahim.
They were arraigned before the court by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
Justice Ogunremi Oguntoyinbo last November 9, sentenced Nduibusi, Haruna, and Saddam to ten years each on each of the charges filed against them.
Bashir received seven years on each of the charges, and Usman five years also on each of the charges.
The judge ruled that the sentences should run concurrently.
They were arrested by the operatives of National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) last September 14 in a truck along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway .
NDLEA spokesman, Femi Babafemi said they were arrested in the truck conveying 46 bags of Indian Hemp, weighing 552 kilogramme.
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