Border Force said its officers at ports and airports made 178 seizures containing thousands of products regulated under the CITES.
The demonstrations began early this month with calls for Nigeria’s government to shut down the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, a police unit known as SARS.
He said the details collected so far reveal the involvement of more youngsters in the racket.
A Nigerian national who was involved in supplying MDMA drugs to youths in Kochi was picked up by the city police from Bengaluru on Sunday.
The state's newly amended penal code also says a person convicted of raping someone over age 14 will face life imprisonment.
Due to postponements caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Nigeria last played in November 2019, a 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Lesotho in Maseru, which they won 4-2.
The killings, during attacks by "bandits" or armed cattle rustlers, and in clashes between herders and farming communities for access to land, have been recurrent for several years.
The federal anti-narcotics agency has expressed concern over the high number of Nigerian nationals involved in drug smuggling in the country.
A total of 52 of the continent’s 54 countries have reported the coronavirus, with the overall number of cases more than 19,800.
Joseph Pessu, a resident of the oil city of Warri in the southern state of Delta, was killed on Thursday by a soldier deployed to enforce the lockdown, the sources said.
Insurgents fired rocket-propelled grenades at a lorry carrying troops as it travelled near Gorgi village in Borno state on Monday, two military officers told AFP without giving their names.
The state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation said that preliminary indications showed the initial blast was caused by a truck that 'hit gas bottles stacked up in a gas processing plant'.
The two are suspected to have pulled off this scam across the country and have been charged under relevant sections of the IPC and Information Technology Act, he said.
The health commissioner for Lagos, Africa's largest city with more than 20 million people, said an Italian citizen who entered Nigeria on Tuesday from Milan on a business trip fell ill the next day.
The jihadists stormed in on trucks mounted with heavy weapons, killing, burning and looting before kidnapping women and children, state government spokesman Ahmad Abdurrahman Bundi said.