CJIA drug busts result of hard work
- CANU head
The interception of more than $130 million worth of cocaine at the Cheddi Jagan Inter-national Airport, Timehri (CJIA) on Sunday is an indication that law enforcement officials are working hard to ensure that illegal drugs do not leave Guyana via the port, Head of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) James Singh says.
“I can assure you as law enforcement takes the necessary steps, the persons are so desperate that they would try other means. The fact that it [cocaine] is being found shows that law enforcement continues to be vigilant. It shows that we have to be more aggressive, more proactive in ensuring that the entire area is properly monitored,” he said, after the conclusion of the opening ceremony for the Drug Investigators Course at Eve Leary yesterday.