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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency and the French police have announced their partnership to combat drug trafficking. This was when Major General Buba Marwa (ret.), the Chairman of the Anti-Narcotics Agency, lauded the help from the Police Nationale of France, particularly in the space of preparing and hardware.
When the Police Attaché at the French Embassy in Nigeria, Emmanuel Verin, led a team of French trainers, including Cedric B. and Christophe J., who were in the country to train a number of the NDLEA officers in special operations, paid him a courtesy visit on Friday, the NDLEA’s spokesperson, Femi Babafemi, noted that Marwa appreciated the French government’s support as one of the leading partners of the anti-narcotics agency.
Marwa said, “We have received tremendous help from France not only in terms of training but also in terms of equipment,” according to Babafemi.The support reached its peak during my most recent trip to France, where we were warmly welcomed by all of the institutions we visited and the promised training was promptly organized.We are appreciative of that and anticipate further collaboration and assistance.
Verin responded, “We’re proud to work with the NDLEA because your officers and men are very smart and professional, and that’s why you’re getting results. Therefore, our priority in terms of support for the NDLEA is in the area of training.” Verin’s response was as follows:Our instructors, who have been working with your men, are experts and leaders in their fields.We look forward to collaborating with you for a very long time.

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