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Man jailed for 2 years for trafficking 25.5kg of Indian Hemp

A Federal Excessive Court docket in Lagos sentenced a 26-year-old man, Muhammad Muhammad, to 2 years in jail at a correctional heart for promoting 25.5 kilograms of hemp (hashish). The convicted individual was charged by the Legislation Enforcement Company (NDLEA) of drug trafficking, and he pleaded responsible to Choose Ayukunli-Vagee. Ornan submitted as proof, a written assertion to the defendant, a drug evaluation kind, a request for scientific help and drug remnants acknowledged by the courtroom.

The general public prosecutor additionally urged the courtroom to convict the accused and sentence him primarily based on

He instructed the courtroom that the convict was arrested on July 7 in Igbera Avenue in Eddy Araba district in Lagos whereas he was dealing with hashish, a prohibited drug. A criminal offense that public relations violates the provisions of Part 11 (c) of the NDLEA Act, Cap N30, Legal guidelines of Union, 2004.

Upon issuance of the decision, Fagee stated that the decision will begin from the date the convict is arrested.