Men with links to Rotherham jailed for conspiracy to supply class A drugs

Men with links to Rotherham jailed for conspiracy to supply class A drugs

By Chris Brayford | 17/05/2022

Men with links to Rotherham jailed for conspiracy to supply class A drugs
From left: Haritier Nsemi (32) and Oluwadamilola Ogunyankinnu (23) have both been jailed for charges of conspiracy to supply class A drugs

TWO men who sold cocaine and heroin after moving north from London have been jailed.

Haritier Nsemi (32) and Oluwadamilola Ogunyankinnu (23) had links to London and Rotherham, before setting up in Retford, Nottinghamshire Police said.

They operated from an address in Poplar Street in Nottingham and started to sell class A drugs like cocaine and heroin to drug users throughout the area.

Nottinghamshire Police said they had been alerted to their activities and worked with South Yorkshire Police on a joint venture to bring them to justice.

A spokesperson added: “The force received intelligence of their activities and later uncovered significant quantities of cocaine and heroin at another property.”

Nsemi was arrested in London in September 2020 after police traced a car he had been seen travelling in, while Ogunyankinnu was then arrested in Croydon five months later.

Both later pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to supply class A drugs. 

Nsemi, of Greenwich, London, was jailed for three years, and Ogunyankinnu, of Wood Green, London, for two-and-a-half.