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 “go 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 “leave 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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