Dar es Salaam. Police yesterday released the names of two suspected Kenyan drug dealers who were arrested alongside two Tanzanian female counterpart with 5kilogrammes of drugs believed to be cocaine, worth about Sh225 million. A senior anti-narcotics officer yesterday said the Kenyan nationals were arrested on Wednesday midnight at Dar es Salaams Mbezi suburbs.They were nabbed in the house of a woman who the police have been following for sometime after being tipped about her alleged involvement in drug trafficking.Caught along the three was a woman who was also found in possession of 1 kg of suspected drugs in the same house. The police were acting on a tip-off from an informant. We knocked the door and introduced ourselves. We carried out inspection and uncovered 5kg of substances which we believe to be cocaine, the officer, who asked for anonymity, told The Citizen. In the womans room, the police found drugs stuffed in two small packets weighing 1kg each, labelled Coffee Care Original, apparently to conceal the substances. The arrest of the two Kenyans come at a time when US President Barrack Obama named Kenyas Kilome MP Harun Mwau and another Naima Mohamed Nakiniywa among seven foreigners targeted by his government over narcotics. There have been conflicting versions as to the nationality of the woman. A source has confided to The Citizen that the woman holds more than two passports and that she is well known in Kenya for engaging in drug deals.When asked as of Mama Leilas nationality, the police officer said they were still communicating with Interpol Kenya for records of the Kenyan suspects and whether or not Mama Leila was a Kenyan. On Monday police also arrested four other people who arrived at the house on a request of the house owner after she protested to a local government leader and wanted them to witness searching of her house.These four came to the womans home that night after she called them for help. We believe they would help in our investigations, the officer said.