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Drug Traffickers: Celebrity Couple Recruits Teenage Girls from Church

Danielle Simba Allen, a British born entrepreneur of Zimbabwean heritage who has always had a passion for designing, winning numerous many a...

Danielle Simba Allen, a British born entrepreneur of Zimbabwean heritage who has always had a passion for designing, winning numerous many awards, is wanted for drug trafficking together with her husband Igho Ubiribo and a pastor, Faith Ugochi.

According to her fashion website, TIR Fashion House, Danielle decided to launch a fashion house in her motherland Zimbabwe in October 2013 with a supporting factory in Nigeria where she is currently based.

Her trust in the motherland and with Africa at heart, has been the foremost reasons of investing her time and money in Western Africa and beyond as she now finds herself investing in Africa as a whole.

As a designer she is a perfectionist. Articulate without a trace of mediocrity, this evidently is shown in the excellent quality and finishing of the brand’s designs. She has only scratched the surface of her plans to take Zimbabwe by the horns, putting them on the map is her end goal.

She holds a degree in hospitality management and is the founder and owner of TIR Fashion House. Born to Zimbabwean parents, Danielle also won the Emerging Designer Of the Year at the Africa Fashion Week London 2014.
Drug Traffickers: Celebrity Couple Recruits Teenage Girls from Church

On 9th January 2022 in Harare, the couple had an intimate marriage ceremony that Davido and other Zimbabwean celebrities attended.

However, on Sunday, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) declared the Rivers state-based trio wanted. They are accused of recruiting teenage girls into drug trafficking while acting as contact points for an international syndicate operating from Los Angeles, USA.

According to the Premium Times of Nigeria, NDLEA operatives at the NAHCO import shed of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja Lagos, intercepted a consignment of 32.70 kilograms of Loud, a potent variant of cannabis concealed in cartons of used wear, on 16th November 2022.

A freight agent, Ukoh Ifeanyi Oguguo, was immediately arrested. Further investigations led to the arrest of four more suspects; Chikodi Favour, Obiyom Shalom Chiamaka; Nnochiri Chidinma Promise and Edward Omatseye (aka Montana).

According to a statement by the NDLEA, Nnochiri Chidinma Promise and Edward Omatseye (aka Montana) have already been charged in court. They are currently facing trial at the Federal High Court, Lagos.

They were charged alongside Ben Cargo Ltd, a freight company which had been linked to two previous drug seizures and also involved in the current case. The NDLEA, however, said that several attempts to get Prophetess Faith Ugochi, Igho Ubiribo and Danielle Simba Allen submit themselves for questioning have proved abortive.

According to a statement signed by the NDLEA’s Director of Media & Advocacy, Femi Babafemi, a letter of invitation sent to the Prophetess on 28th November 2022 was received and acknowledged by her mother, with whom she runs the church.

“The letter was followed with a reminder on 9th January 2023, after a long wait. In the same vein, letters of invitation were also extended to Igho Ubiribo and Danielle Simba Allen. 

“A reminder was also sent when the couple was not ready to respond to the first invitation. While Prophetess Ugochi fled her home and went into hiding but continued her prophetic ministry on Facebook, the duo of Igho and Danielle initially sent a legal representation to ask for another time to honour the invitation; they have since gone incommunicado,” the statement reads. - Online Sources 

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