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We prefer Indian hemp to cigarette – Suspected criminals tell court

Three suspected criminals who have been arraigned for unlawfully in possession of weed and allure, have informed court docket that they like hashish to cigarette as a result of cigarette is dangerous to their well being.

The police dragged the suspects, Samson Lucas, 25, Ayo Olamide, 25 and Olalekan Omoniyi, 22, earlier than a Justice of the Peace court docket sitting in Osogbo, over illegal possession of legal allure, wraps of weed suspected to be Indian hemp, tried theft and going armed in public with out lawful permission.

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Earlier, the Police Prosecutor, Inspector Elisha Olusegun, knowledgeable the court docket that the defendants dedicated the offence on September 3, 2020 at about 1:00am at Orile-Owu, Gbongan.

The prosecutor alleged that the trio unlawfully had legal charms of their possession with out affordable rationalization.

He informed the court docket that the accused individuals did had of their possession a wrap of weeds suspected to be Hashish sativa and in addition tried to commit armed theft.

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In accordance with the cost sheet learn within the court docket, the accused individuals dedicated the offence opposite to and punishable underneath Part 516, 213(b), 80, 430(1) and 509 of the Prison Code Cap 34 vol. II Legal guidelines of Osun State Nigeria, 2002.

The trio pleaded not responsible to the offence leveled in opposition to them.

The defendants informed the court docket that they like hashish to cigarette as a result of cigarette is injurious to their well being.

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The Defence Counsel, Tunbosun Oladipupo utilized for the bail of the accused individuals in essentially the most liberal phrases.

In his ruling, Justice of the Peace Ishola Omisade granted bail of the accused individuals within the sum of N300,000.

He, nonetheless, adjourned the case until October 8, 2020 for point out in Gbongan Justice of the Peace Court docket.

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