Some Nigerian men in South Africa have been declared wanted in that country for allegedly dealing in drugs.
One of the suspects
The police in South Africa has declared four Nigerian men wanted for dealing in drugs.
The police declared them wanted and sought for assistance from the public in locating the men.
In a post on their official Facebook page, the police released the names and faces of the men concereed.
Below is the police statement:
“North West – The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation in North West is seeking public assistance in the search of four suspects who were apparently part of a transnational drug syndicate which operated around North West and Gauteng provinces respectively.
“The accused; Pedro Odoeman (45), Obi Kingsley Odoeman (42), Kennedy Duru (42), Clifford Okebaram (39), were arrested in 2009 following a Hawks and Crime Intelligence project driven investigation.
“The Johannesburg High Court has since issued warrants for their arrest. The Hawks urges anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the suspects to contact the Investigating Officer, Constable Justice Thatelo on 071 481 2777 or Crime Stop 08600 10111.”
More photos of the men are seen below as released by the police: