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Cablegate: Ilea Gaborone - Basic Drug Enforcement Course, August

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ILEA FOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR DARLOW LAURIE
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 - BASIC DRUG ENFORCEMENT COURSE, AUGUST
24-28, 2009.

REF: STATE 058837
STATE 85737

1. The following four Nigerians from the National Drug Law
Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) are nominated for attendance for the
referenced ILEA Training.

Name: HAMZAT, Mohammed
DOB: 20 December 1972
Gender: Male
Rank: Chief Narcotic Agent, Investigation
Passport No: A3473392A
Expiry Date: 09 November 2011

Name: ATUNWA, Sunday Festus
DOB: 25 May 1975
Gender: Male
Rank: Chief Narcotic Agent, Interdiction
Passport No: A01389691
Expiry Date: 27 July 2014

Name: KYAUTA, Husseini Yepwi
DOB: 07 July 1974
Gender: Male
Rank: Chief Narcotic Agent, Investigation
Passport No: A01176010
Expiry Date: 27 July 2014

Name: OKWUNJOR, Augustine Edache
DOB: 27 November 1977
Gender: Male
Rank: Chief Narcotic Agent, Interdiction
Passport No: A01326260
Expiry Date: 27 July 2014

2. Embassy understands that the Department of State possesses no
credible information of gross violations of human rights on the
above individuals as of August 11, 2009 (Ref B). They will arrive in
Gaborone from Johannesburg on August 23, 2009 at 0920 on South
African Airways flight number SA 1771. Participants will depart to
Johannesburg on August 29, 2009 at 1300 on South African Airways
Flight number SA 37.

3. Economy fare from Lagos to Gaborone and return per participant is
$2777. Each participant will receive a stipend of $30.

4. Medical Clearance/Insurance: All participants have been notified
that they will be required to present proof of medical insurance
prior to being given their plane tickets.

MCCULLOUGH

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