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2 Nigerians Arrested For Producing Cocaine in Thailand

Two Nigerians,Joseph Uyamadu, 43, and Emanuel Umiano, 33 and a Peruvian were arrested by a combined force of narcotic suppression police and naval officers after a raid at their rented house in a rubber plantation in Ban Khai district of Rayong province revealed a large number of chemicals and materials used in producing drugs.
The search in the house produced an amount of cocaine being thrown into the flush tank, a bag containing black and sticky substance similar to raw opium, black sheets of substance, choric acid, electric grinder, a microwave oven, kerosene, and two cars.
The Nigerians after being arrested
The black sheets of substance are suspected to be chemical substance used in producing drugs, a narcotic police officer said but noted they have to be tested in the laboratory to determine again.
All were detained at Ban Khai police station pending investigation into their drug records,
Considering the drug laws in Thailand, These men are as good as dead


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