Emmanuel Nwodu, 38, is too advanced to be called a science student as his art surpasses what we see every day at shepe joints.

A science teacher he should be called after years of counterfeiting popular alcoholic drinks and making them look like the original.

The operatives of Lagos State Police Command, led by the Divisional Police Officer, Pen Cinema Division, SP Pius Edobor, on September 28, 2018, arrested him along Mosalashi market, Sango Agege, with two cartons of alcoholic drinks suspected to be adulterated.

On interrogation, the suspect confessed that he produces the drinks in his one room shop at Mosalashi market, Agege.  

He later led operatives to the said shop at Mosalashi market where he concocts the drinks. A search warrant was executed, and several items were recovered.

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The exhibits include two 30 litres of chemical suspected to be ethanol, two cartons of Elders Aromatic Schnapps suspected to be fake, 51 small bottles of Chelsea Dry Gin suspected to be fake, 35 pieces of Chelsea cork, five labels of Lords, Chelsea and Elders alcoholic drinks.

The suspect was charged to court on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.

Recall that on April 3, 2018, at Ajuwon market, Mushin, the Command arrested and prosecuted a 55-year-old trader, Benjamin Ojukwu, involved in the production and distribution of fake wine and alcoholic drinks.

Also, on April 11, 2018, the Commissioner of Police, CP Edgal Imohimi, led operatives to arrest the owners of an illegal brewery, valued at over 120,000,000 naira where fake stout and malt drinks were produced at Igbogbo Bayeku area of Ikorodu.

The factory was subsequently closed by the authorities.

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