They made an appointment in the Rialzo area of the former railway in Viale Parco Giacomo Mancini. The circumstance emerges with some evidence from the interceptions of the investigation that dismantled the group of drug dealers of African origin who have been operating in the city for more than four years. The investigation coordinated by the Dda of Catanzaro and conducted by the Carabinieri of the Provincial Command, directed by Colonel Agatino Saverio Spoto, and by the soldiers of the Arma della Compagnia Bruzia, directed by Major Antonio Quarta, came to a conclusion the day before yesterday morning with the notification of nineteen precautionary measures.
On more than one occasion, the pushers met to exchange “green stuff” in front of the mosque located in the Rialzo area. The secluded place, away from prying eyes, was a guarantee of safety for refueling with doses to be sold in the bus area in Piazza delle Province or in the Grazia Deledda park in Via Giulia. On other occasions, the investigators have also documented exchanges in front of the bus shops. In a video the scene is taken which sees the top of the organization, Obinna Kinsley Nwigwe, arrive. From the sequence of frames we see the man greeting his cronies before opening a backpack to drop various bags containing marijuana on the ground. Envelopes, which will then be recovered by the various pushers. It was all calculated, in short.