Nigerian Drug Lord Kelvin Adeshina Arrested in Nairobi, Deported for the Second Time

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Nigerian Drug Lord Kelvin Adeshina Arrested in Nairobi, Deported for the Second Time

A Nigerian drug lord has been arrested and deported from Kenya for the second time after mysteriously returning into the country.

Kelvin Adeshina Akinjiola was arrested in Nairobi last week before being deported to Nigeria on Saturday.

The Department of Immigration says it’s not clear how Akinjiola managed to return to Kenya after he was bundled out last year.

The foreigner was deported on July 10th, 2018 on Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i order.

Akinjiola was reportedly arrested upon arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria.

“He was deported on Saturday and arrested upon arrival in Lagos, Nigeria,” the Director of Immigration Alexandra Mutesi told the Sunday Nation

The Sunday Nation reports that a former powerful police commander unsuccessfully attempted to secure Akinjiola’s release.

Akinjiola is reported to be a popular figure in most of the high-end entertainment joints in Nairobi and is often spotted hanging out with influential individuals.

He also walks around with armed guards and openly dishes out cash.

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Nigerian Drug Lord Kelvin Adeshina Arrested inNairobi, Deported for the Second Time A Nigerian drug lord has been arrested and deported from Kenya for the second time after mysteriously returning into the country. Kelvin Adeshina Akinjiola was arrested in Nairobi last week before being deported to Nigeria on Saturday. The Department of Immigration says it’s

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