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Cablegate: Ilea Gaborone Precursor Chemical Precursor Chemical

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DE RUEHUJA #1353/01 1981334
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 161334Z JUL 08
FM AMEMBASSY ABUJA
TO RUEHOR/AMEMBASSY GABORONE PRIORITY 0067
INFO RUEHOS/AMCONSUL LAGOS 9587
RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 3356

UNCLAS ABUJA 001353

SIPDIS

ILEA FOR DEPUTY PROGRAM DIRECTOR DL
STATE FOR INL/C/CJ, INL/AAE AND DS/IP/AF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR KCRM ASEC EAID NI

SUBJECT: ILEA GABORONE Precursor Chemical PRECURSOR CHEMICAL
DIVERSION INVESTIGATIONSCOURSE, AUGUST 18-22, 2008

REF: STATE 044835

The following 8 Nigerian personnel from the Nigeria Customs Service
and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency are nominated for
attendance at the above referenced ILEA Training.


Name Margaret OGUNDIPE
DOB March 02, 1967
Gender Female
Rank Assistant Commander of Narcotics
Current Position Assistant Director Forensic Unit,and
Coordinator Chemical Monitoring Program.
Passport No A2464756
Expiry Date May 2009
Contact No 08023063468

Name Christopher EMMANUEL
DOB 16 January 1970
Gender Male
Rank Superintendent of Narcotics
Current position Team Member Chemical Monitoring Group
Passport No. A0002572
Expiry date August 2012
Contact No. 08053660974

Name Ijeoma MANGO
DOB 23 March 1962
Gender Female
Rank Deputy Superintendent of Narcotics
Current position Team Member Chemical Monitoring Group
Passport No. A1500056
Expiry date 8 June 2012
Contact No. 08085915855

Name Ahmed WAZIRI
DOB 15 September 1970
Gender Male
Rank Deputy Superintendent of Narcotics
Current position Forensic officer
Passport No. A00488729
Expiry date 02 July, 2013
Contact No. 08027980372

Name Patricia AFOLABI ALTERNATE
DOB 08 November 1969
Gender Female
Rank Assistant Commander of Narcotics
Current position Principal Staff officer Forensic Unit
Passport No.A1562044
Expiry date 2012
Contact No. 08056746598

Name Ayuba MARCUS ALTERNATE
DOB 28 October 1965
Gender Male
Rank Superintendent of Narcotics
Current position Head of Drug Intelligence Regional Academy
Passport No.
Expiry date
Contact No. 08037009817

Name Nuse K. MAIKARFI
DOB 13 June 1963
Gender Male
Rank Chief Superintendent of Customs
Current position Officer Department of Establishment, Abuja Head
office
Passport No A1147702
Expiry date 20 September 2010
Contact No 0803-302-4853

Name Mohammed Ali SHERIF
DOB 4 April 1962
Gender Male
Rank Superintendent of Customs
Current position Customs Intelligence unit
Passport No A2604841
Expiry date 14 September 2009
Contact No 0802-310-6690

Name Mould Yakubu ERENA
DOB 29 October 1960
Gender Male
Rank Superintendent of Customs
Current position Customs Valuation unit
Passport No. A2313739

Expiry date January 2009
Contact No. 0802-304-9149

2. Embassy reports that, as of this date, the Department of
State has no credible information regarding gross abuse of human
rights on the part of Margaret OGUNDIPE, Christopher EMMANUEL,
Ijeoma MANGO, Ahmed WAZIRI, Patricia AFOLABI, Ayuba MARCUS, Nuse
K.MAIKARFI, Mohammed Ali SHERIF, and Mould Yakubu ERENA, who will
attend the Precursor Chemical Diversion Investigations training at
ILEA Gaborone from August 18-22, 2008. They will arrive in Gaborone
from Johannesburg on August 16, 2008 at 10:25m on South African
Airways flight number SA 1763. Participants will depart to
Johannesburg on August 24, 2008 at 12:45pm on South African Airways
Flight number SA 1778.

3. Economy fare from Lagos to Gaborone and return per participant is
$1700. Each participant will receive a stipend of $30; Local airfare
travel for each Participant is $310.

4. Medical Clearance: All participants have obtained medical
clearance.

SANDERS

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