Comedian De General convicted of drug trafficking

The social media influencer was arraigned by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) alongside Caleb William, a cinematographer.




The judge held that the volume of substance was minimal and would convict and caution the defendants, rather than a sentence.

NAN reports that Justice Osiagor convicted Sunday and William and warned them to β€œgo and sin no more”.




Charged with three counts of trafficking Tramadol and Cannabis Sativa, they pleaded guilty. Lilian Omotunde was the defence lawyer.


Joshua Sunday a.k.a. De General, a comedian, was convicted guilty of narcotics trafficking by Justice Daniel Osiagor of a Federal High Court in Lagos.




The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) charged the social media personality alongside a cinematographer, Caleb William.




The judge decided that because the amount of drug was so small, the defendants would be found guilty and given a warning rather than a sentence.




Sunday and William were found guilty by Justice Osiagor, who told them to β€œleave and sin no more,” according to NAN.




They pleaded guilty to three charges of trafficking Tramadol and Cannabis Sativa. The defense attorney was Lilian Omotunde.

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