Nigeria’s security agency has arrested a gang of youth who specialize in the production of fake Milo beverage laced with marijuana and packaged in the popular Milo sachets produced by the Nestlé Nigeria.
This group of youth manufactured fake Milo sachet beverage mixed up with marijuana and perfectly sealed up with the aide of pressing iron.
However, the producers lost their luck when fights broke out during a birthday celebration hosted by Omolewa, a member of the marijuana syndicate or dealer.
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The suspects, who are all pals, include Omolewa, 24, from Osun; Timilehin Ifeoluwa, 27; Mudashiru Sukura, 27; and Abosede Ogundipe.
A 24-year-old Omolewa from Osun State organised a birthday celebration for her friends, including Miss Fife, the main producer of Milo marijuana.
Omolewa claims that Fife arrived at the gathering with these bogus marijuana Milo with the idea to sell each sachet of the marijuana beverage for N1,500. ‘Milo Push’ is the name of the marijuana beverage’s brand.
At the birthday party, they may have consumed a Milo sachet mixed with smokes when things became heated among them, which resulted in fights and their detention by the security service.
The celebrant stated: “Trouble began when Fife and Motun misunderstood each other, resulting in fight and their detention by security.
As of the time this report was submitted, the actual manufacturer—whom everyone had claimed to be—was nowhere to be discovered.
Fife was not paraded with the group in the video below, which Nestlé shared to The Cheer News Nigeria.