Ondo - Over 50 hectares of Indian Hemp plantation in Epele Forest Reserves, Ondo State have been destroyed by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Punch reports.
The NDLEA Director of Operations and Investigation, Olugbenga Mabo, who supervised the destruction, said the agency carried out the operation to stop the production and supply of the substance which is affecting the image of the country.
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Suspected farm owners growing the substance on their farms were arrested during the operation and they promised to cooperate with agency to locate other farms.
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