NISS Uncovers Drugs in N. Darfur
The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) has managed to uncover a cache of huge amounts of hashish in North Darfur's region of Gisa jamat,
The operation comes within the security service's operations and crackdown on drugs traffickers and combating negative practices and activities.
The Governor of North Darfur Abdul-Wahid Yousif Ibrahim told reporters that the operation was carried out in accordance with accurate intelligence within the framework of fighting all negative activities and drugs trafficking operations across the state.
Ibrahim added that North Darfur is seeing a remarkable security, peace and stability – thanks to tremendous efforts being exerted by security organs in the state, promising that security operations will be maintain to ensure that peace and stability prevail all regions of North Darfur.
Brigadier Awad Al-Karim Al-Gurashi said that NISS swiftly acted upon receiving a tip-off on the existence of drugs trafficking operations in the area, adding that the operations was successfully carried out with the support by Rapid Support Forces. He noted that the forces uncovered 17 sacks containing 23,000 bunches of hashish and that suspects believed to be hiding the drugs in the cache were also busted.
Brigadier Al-Karim said that the security forces would continue to crack down on all traffickers and criminals.
Mohamed Suleiman Rabeh, the Head of National Anti-drugs Committee hailed the dedications and operations by the security forces to combat narcotics in aid of public peace, security and stability in the state, especially lauding the Rapid Support and other regular forces for their crackdown on traffickers and other criminals along and across all border regions.