Federal High Court, sitting in Lagos Cautions Skit Maker De General

A Federal High Court, sitting in Lagos, has cautioned a comedian and skit maker, Joshua Sunday, popularly called De General, for unlawful possession of 14 grams of Tramadol.

Justice Daniel Osiagor, also reprimanded alongside the comedian, Caleb William, who was accused of unlawful possession of 15 grams of Cannabis Sativa, popularly called marijuana.

The Judge cautioned the two after they pleaded guilty to a count charge of unlawful possession of the banned substance, preferred against them by the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA.

According to the prosecutors, the offences committed by the convicts are contrary to and punishable under Section 11 (c) of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency ACT CAP N30 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

But Justice Osiagor, in his judgment, while pronouncing them guilty of the charged, declined to sentence them, but cautioned them to “go and sin no more”.

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