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Kemi Olunloyo speaks on De General’s arrest, says he needs to face the law

Kemi Olunloyo, has spoken on the arrest of skit maker, De General, by officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA

It can be recalled that the skit maker went live on Instagram to show when the operatives stormed his apartment in the early hours of Wednesday, January 12, 2022.
Reacting to the turn of events, Kemi Olunloyo, stated that NDLEA shouldn’t be blamed for arresting drug dealers and users because they need to face the law.

According to her, De General who is currently in custody for being in possession of illicit drugs including 200 sachets of 225mg Tramadol and 1.5kilograms of cannabis sativa, needs to face the law.

She wrote;

“Don’t blame the NDLEA for arresting drug pushers, users and traffickers. I’m a Pharmacist. The same way I slammed Juicewrld for swallowing all that Percocet on the plane when the DEA was waiting is the same way DeGeneral needs to get help for his drug demons. He was in possession of Tramadol, a schedule 2 narcotic without prescription. These pill pushers need to face the law.

Away from that, Joel Waweru, a Bishop of Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) has been charged with allegedly trying to touch and kiss a woman forcefully, without her consent.

Waweru who was arraigned before Kibra Law Court on Tuesday January 11, denied the two criminal counts that are related to sexual assault.

A charge sheet seen by K24 Digital revealed that the cleric allegedly committed the offence on different dates in Lang’ata Sub-County within Nairobi County.

The woman told the police that the Bishop had on several occasions said that he liked her because she was beautiful.

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