Tanzanian anti-narcotics force discovers large cannabis farms

Cannabis plant growing in greenhouse. (Image: Getty)

Tanzanian police discovered seven hectares of cannabis in an anti-narcotics crackdown conducted on Tuesday.

Authorities say the cannabis farms were located in Mangalanganda forest in Namkongo village in the country’s southern region.

Police arrested five suspects they believe owned the cannabis farms.

Kitinkwi said police also found a number of plastics bags with dried cannabis in some parts of the forest.


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