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India Police Allege Nigerian Died In Jump From Building To Evade Drug Arrrest

by Kim Boateng Posted on August 19th, 2017

New Delhi, India. A Nigerian national, allegedly involved in smuggling drugs, died after he jumped off the fourth floor of a building in a bid to evade arrest, police said on Friday. Police said the incident occurred on Thursday when a police team, acting on a tip off, raided a flat in Chattarpur area of south Delhi. The deceased was identified as Cyprian Ama Ogbonnaya, while two women, who were also Nigerian nationals, were found in the house and have been arrested, police said.

The team was questioning some locals, when Cyprian Ama Ogbonnaya suspecting police presence in the building jumped from its fourth floor flat through a window, which was witnessed by many people who were present on the building premises.

“Sensing trouble after seeing the police party, Cyprian Ama Ogbonnaya and one of the women tried to jump from the window of the fourth floor in order to escape but the woman was caught while Cyprian Ama Ogbonnaya succeeded in jumping but got injured. He was rushed to AIIMS trauma centre where doctors declared him dead,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police Madhur Verma.

Police recovered 25 kg ‘Ketamine’ drugs valued Rs 20 crore (Approximately 1.3 billion naira) in international market.

“They were smuggling drugs like her*in and L*D in heavy quantity to their contacts in south Delhi and National Capital Region. Ogbonnaya was very popular amongst his customers. Girls too were indulging in smuggling and trading drugs,” Verma said.

“The raiding party found three of them were consuming heroin. The women have been arrested under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act,” he added.

An Indian accomplice, Palaparthi Sangeetha, 35, was also arrested.

Ketamine, sold popularly as Ketalar for anaesthetic purposes is also consumed by drug users for its trance inducing effect. PTI
Like its sister drug PCP, ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic, and it’s popular on the party scene thanks to its high and dissociative effects. However, it’s easy to get ketamine abuse wrong because of its potency; it’s more powerful than speed or coke weight for weight, so it’s easy to accidentally overdose.

Ketamine is typically injected or snorted by abusers, but it can be smoked or taken in pill form. The effects of smoking it or swallowing it tend to be less intense than directly injecting it. In some cases, it’s used as a date r**e drug, as it’s odorless and colorless.

However Ketamine has been hailed as a miracle for treating severe depression

Ketamine is used by researchers in USA at The National Institutes of Health as a treatment for major depression.
Ketamine, popularly known as the psychedelic club drug Special K, has been around since the early 1960s. It is a staple anesthetic in emergency rooms, regularly used for children when they come in with broken bones and dislocated shoulders. It’s an important tool in burn centers and veterinary medicine, as well as a notorious date-r**e drug, known for its power to quickly numb and render someone immobile.


Drugs In Apartment

Since 2006, dozens of studies have reported that it can also reverse the kind of severe depression that traditional antidepressants often don’t touch. The momentum behind the drug has now reached the American Psychiatric Association, which, according to members of a ketamine task force, seems headed toward a tacit endorsement of the drug for treatment-resistant depression.

Experts are calling it the most significant advance in mental health in more than half a century. They point to studies showing ketamine not only produces a rapid and robust antidepressant effect; it also puts a quick end to suicidal thinking.

Traditional antidepressants and mood stabilizers, by comparison, can take weeks or months to work. In 2010, a major study published in JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association, reported that drugs in a leading class of antidepressants were no better than placebos for most depression.

A growing number of academic medical centers, including Yale University, the University of California at San Diego, the Mayo Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic, have begun offering ketamine treatments off-label for severe depression, as has Kaiser Permanente in Northern California.

Nigerian Critical In Roof Jump From Malaysia Police

KUALAR LUMPUR MALYSIA. A Nigerian man in Kefe Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is reportedly battling for his life from injuries he suffered as he jumped from the roof of his house while fleeing from Malaysia police. According to an eye witness, a fellow Nigerian, the injured man fled from the police for fear of being deported for being in the country illegally as he had not regularized his stay in Malaysia. The eyewitness claims the Nigerian broke his spinal cord and is in critical condition in the Hospital.

The eyewitness who did not disclose the name of the victim appealed to the Nigerian government to make things better in the country in order to to secure the future of the youths.

The eyewitness also said (unedited for grammer):

“Its sad news again for Igbo’s in Malaysia. Everyday Nigerian are dying in abroad and Nigeria government are not doing anything One of your brother just jumped from his house when he was running for police because he don’t have documents that`s why he is running.

If our country Nigeria is good how can people be running for deportation or anything? Other African countries are not like this, it is only Nigeria. His family is waiting for their son to come back and rejoice with them now see the result.

We need to secure the future of the youths in our country Nigeria or we divide this country and let everyone go on they own.

It happened just 1 hour ago at Kefe Kepong Kual Lumpur in Malaysia. His spinal cord is all broken and his name is not yet provided

All these problems are happening every week people are dying because of immigration and police case.”

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