Nigerian Prophet acquitted of drug trafficking in Zambia

A court in Zambia on Monday acquitted a Nigerian prophet of two charges of drug trafficking.

The court acquitted Isaac Amata, 42, of two charges of trafficking and importation of ephedrine, a prohibited drug, following the failure by state prosecutors to prove the charge. .

Amata was arrested on January 25 upon arrival at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka, allegedly trafficking 26.29kg of ephedrine.

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