Clandestine airstrips a problem for the police, says Home Affairs Minister

Clandestine airstrips a problem for the police, says Home Affairs Minister

Since the news of the drug plane landing last week, our newsroom has received information indicating that law enforcement officials have uncovered as many as twenty-five airstrips, believed to be for the benefit of narco-planes.  We have been trying to get the Police Commissioner to comment on this information, but to no avail.  Last night, we met up with the Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, who says the existence of those airstrips are indeed a concern.

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