The plan of 45-year-old Sheu Ibrahim, and his son, Farooq, 22, to turn primary and secondary school pupils in the Itire area of Lagos State to 'science students' have been foiled by the police.

The suspects were arrested for allegedly selling Tramadol and Tramol to the pupils.

They were picked up on Friday by operatives of the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command after some officials of the state’s Office of Education and Quality Assurance, Ministry of Education, reportedly alerted the police to the use of drug in schools.

It was learnt that the suspects had a kiosk at Adedeji bus stop, Itire, where they sold the stimulants to the pupils.

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The officials, while on routine monitoring of schools around the area, got a report on the strange behaviour of some pupils.

72 pieces of Tramadol capsules, 28 tablets of Tramol and some other capsules were recovered from the suspects.

They were paraded on Monday at the command headquarters in Ikeja by the state Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi.

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