Agency, October 7. In Colombia, it took a long time for the army, police and air force to arrest drug lord Dario Antonio Usugu. Only those who provided information about his whereabouts received a reward of 800,000 dollars, or 90 million Nepali rupees.
The price of Usugu’s head was set at 5 million dollars, or about 600 million Nepali rupees. The US had set a price on his head.
Colombian President Ivan Duque announced the arrest in a televised message. This is considered to be the greatest achievement since the arrest of Pablo Escobar in the 1990s.
Usugu’s group has been controlling the flow of drugs from Colombia to the United States. He had been hiding for a long time.