CNB has seized drugs in their latest raids

I am most happy to read that our CNB in their latest raids has seized drugs worth >S$2 million and the single biggest haul of heroin in about 2 decades.

My heartiest congratulations to CNB for a job well done and I am so proud of your officers’ achievements. Keeping Singapore and Singaporeans safe from the scourge of drug is no ordinary job or child play. It is a dangerous job and it demands discipline, resourcefulness, dedication of the highest level and much more.

I disagree with the pap government on many issues but the performance of our CNB officers is one of the few aspects that I hold the pap government in the highest regard.

I suspect that one important reason for their outstanding performances is because they don’t come directly under the PMO.

Keep up your good work and it is reasonable to believe that all right thinking people are solidly behind you and cheering you.



Simon Lim




5 Responses to “CNB has seized drugs in their latest raids”

  • xoxo:

    Sex and drugs are inseparable from casino business.

    Let the show go on…
    We are watching.

    $1000 notes withdrawal will stop money laundering?

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  • Clowns:

    A mole hammering on a dead puppy trying to prove his validity and is lurking in the dark waiting for the opportune time to be deployed again.

    clowns are always send to the group to tarnish the image of the leader and their motion. This leader I’m talking about embroiled himself with not 1 clown but 2, the other one with the bank account usage.

    But do remember to mark those moles.

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    Dear Simon,
    That is why we must pay millions salary to high office holders so that they cannot be bought (corrupt) over by the drug dealers.

    Opposition supporters like to talk nonsense but when you ask them to walk the walk their ball shrink.

    A simple example. You go tell a opposition supporter to take low pay and to be full time tirelessly serve the people and they will say Oh Hell No, salary too low.

    Even if the agreed to take up the job for low pay, they will corrupt midway through his office term as they will regret accepting the job for low pay.

    Have you watch the movie 财神客栈 (Treasure Inn)

    $PAP$ Tua Kee; Majullah $PAP$; $PAP$ Huat$ Huat$ Huat$
    Lazy, Unmotivated, Whinning Singaporeans must be Cheaper, Better, Faster.
    Workers must accept wage sacrifices to keep businesses going.

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  • TUMASIK Patriot:

    Wrong Simon… CNB is directly or indirectly under the purview of the PM’s office…Like all the rest they MUST report or keep him informed but does NOT add to his Evil Instinct of Survival…unlike the Justice and Election Dept…

    CNB’s success owes MORE to Paid Informers & Moles…period!!!

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on Straits Times :Quote -”..

    Jean Iau
    SINGAPORE – In its largest heroin bust in 19 years, the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) seized 14.1kg of the drug in an operation that also saw officers haul in a significant cache of other drugs.

    In 2001, CNB recovered 14.9kg of the drug.

    The drug bust on Wednesday (Nov 11) saw about 2.8kg of crystalline methamphetamine, also known as Ice, 7.5kg of cannabis, 323g of Ecstasy fragments, 28 Ecstasy tablets, 1,008 Erimin-5 tablets and cash amounting to $12,629 seized from multiple locations.

    The total amount seized is estimated to be worth close to $2 million.

    Three men and two women, aged between 29 and 55, were arrested for their suspected involvement.

    Speaking to the media at the CNB headquarters on Friday, Superintendent Aaron Tang, CNB’s director of intelligence division, said: “Even with movement restrictions due to the Covid-19 situation, drug traffickers are still taking huge gambles and exploiting the situation so they can profit off addiction and misery.”

    The action started on Wednesday afternoon after CNB officers intercepted a vehicle near Siglap Road and arrested two men, aged 55 and 50, and a 52-year-old woman. All three are Singaporeans.

    In their vehicle, officers found three bundles containing about 1.45kg of heroin in total.

    The drug busters also found 3g of heroin and 2g of Ice on the 50-year-old man.

    About 7g of Ice and 20 Ecstasy tablets were on the woman.

    The total amount of drugs seized can, in a week, feed 6,740 heroin abusers, 1,630 Ice abusers and 1,080 cannabis abusers. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
    The officers then took the woman back to her hideout near Siglap Road where a total of 11g of heroin, 2g of Ice, one Ecstasy tablet, and one Erimin-5 tablet were recovered.

    In a follow-up operation the same day, another team of CNB officers moved in and arrested a 35-year-old man after having observed him for some time near a Housing Board block near Bedok Reservoir Road.

    CNB officers arrest 11 people and seize drugs worth an estimated $1.2 million
    $360,000 worth of drugs seized, 5 men arrested during multi-location drug bust
    Six bundles containing about 2.78kg of heroin, a packet containing 127g of Ice, five packets containing about 323g of Ecstasy fragments, and $629 in cash were recovered from him.

    The officers raided his flat in the same block where 8.96kg of heroin, 1.95kg of Ice, 2.5kg of cannabis, 1,007 Erimin-5 tablets, seven Ecstasy tablets and $12,000 cash were seized.

    Response: Again catch so many drug traffickers also no need to show their name and photo out ? Is that correct procedure ? So what if those CNB keep part of the drugs to sell illegally and keep part of those confiscated money for themselves also nobody find out because no drug trafficker photo and name shown out to be the owners in the first place .Nice !Nice !Swee!Swee!Pui!Again get scapegoat to take the blame for the women caught ?

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