Lebanese arrested from Lusaka’s Protea hotel over drugs

A 36-year old Lebanese national was Friday evening arrested in Lusaka for drug trafficking.
The Zambia Drug Enforcement Commission picked Marc Dargham from Protea hotel Arcades Branch in Lusaka after he was found with nine sachets of crack cocaine, sources at the hotel have revealed.
Dargham who gave his occupation as business developer was also found with Paraphernalia containing cocaine powder hidden in the drawers of his hotel room.
The DEC offices had been trailing Dargham for two weeks from the time entered Zambia.
When reached for a comment, DEC spokesperson John Nyawali confirmed the arrest of Dargam and said he has not been given police bond and will be in police custody until he appears in court.

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