Two Nigerian nationals aged between 32 and 36 have been arrested in South Africa for alledgedly dealing in drugs.
The two were arrested in Kimberly on Wednesday by the Crime Prevention Unit (CPU) members.
According to the Police Spokesperson, Dimakatso Mooi said the CPU members followed up on information about the drug dealing in Florianville.
“We received a tip off that there is a drug peddling in Florianville and our members started investigating it and fortunated we busted the culprits”, he said.
The South African authorities discovered tik and cat (poor man’s cocaine) worth R137 900.
The two have been charged with dealing in drugs and they are still being investigated to find more closure of the issue citing that they might be involved in different drug syndicates.