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#BBNaija Khloe Insulted Our NDLEA Officer At Lagos Airport

#BBNaija Khloe Insulted Our NDLEA Officer At Lagos Airport

#BBNaija Khloe Insulted Our NDLEA Officer At Lagos AirportAs against the allegations that its female officer assaulted a passenger at the Lagos airport, The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has said that its preliminary findings showed that none of its officers assaulted an Air peace airline passenger, Ms. Abiri Oluwabusayo Khloe, at the departure gate of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja Lagos in the early hours of today, Sunday 5th December.

This was made known by the Femi Babafemi, Director, Media and Advocacy, NDLEA Headquarters via an official statement.

#BBNaija Khloe Insulted Our NDLEA Officer At Lagos Airport

This is coming after BBNaija star alleged a female NDLEA officer harassed and assaulted her.

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In his words, Femi Babafemi said in searching Abiri, who had arrived late for her flight as seen on the CCTV footage, and her luggage, which contained about eight handbags, she became agitated and hurled unprintable insults at the female officer.

Read Full Statement Below:

NDLEA officer didnt assault any passenger at Lagos airport

The passenger had in social media publications alleged a female NDLEA officer harassed and assaulted her. While further investigation of the allegation is ongoing, the following facts have so far been established: At about 12:20am on Sunday 5th Dec, during an outward clearance of passengers going to South Africa by Air peace, a female passenger, Ms. Abiri Oluwabusayo was asked to submit her luggage for a search, which is a regular procedure.

In the course of searching her luggage, which contains about 8 handbags, Ms. Abiri who obviously came late for the flight as shown on CCTV footage became agitated and hurled a number of unprintable insults at the female officer searching her luggage. This attitude is naturally a red flag that would raise suspicion and equally taken as an attempt to distract the officer.


Ms. Abiri went further to point fingers in the face of the officer and at the same time pulled out a phone to record the officer in the course of doing her work. At that point, the officer seized the phone from her to stop the distraction but that didnt stop the passenger who brought out another phone to record their encounter.

The aggrieved passenger and the public are assured that the NDLEA is a law enforcement agency that upholds discipline among its officers and men, and as such will take further steps to investigate any other evidence made available in the course of the ongoing process.

Femi Babafemi
Director, Media & Advocacy
NDLEA Headquarters, Abuja
Sunday 5th December 2021

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