Delta State Government Raids Hotel and Brothel in Anti-Drug Operation
On Monday, September 25, the Delta State Government, through its Office of Human Trafficking and Illicit Drugs, conducted a raid on a well-known hotel located along New Road in Sapele, as well as a brothel situated in the Ogun-Aja area.
The operation was part of the government’s ongoing efforts to combat drug-related issues and promote a drug-free society in Sapele Local Government Area and throughout Delta State.
Video Footage Reveals Operation:
Video footage circulated online showcased the alleged involvement of sex workers and the discovery of suspected drugs within the targeted hotel and brothel.
The videos provide a visual account of the operation, highlighting the government’s commitment to addressing drug-related concerns and illicit activities in the region.
Arrest and Release of Suspects:
As a result of the operation, several individuals, including the alleged sex workers, were apprehended. They were subsequently taken to the Sapele police station for processing.
However, it is reported that these individuals were later released on bail, suggesting ongoing investigations into the matter.
Efforts to Ensure a Drug-Free Society:
The Delta State Government’s proactive measures, such as conducting raids on establishments associated with drugs and illicit activities, underscore its dedication to creating a safe and drug-free environment for its residents.
These actions aim to curb the negative impact of drug-related issues and uphold the welfare of the community.
Watch the Videos:
The videos capturing the operation provide a firsthand glimpse into the government’s determination to address drug-related challenges in Sapele.
They shed light on the efforts made to combat drug abuse and related criminal activities in the region.