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Why Sunny Ade’s Ex-Guitarist Was Given 3-Year Sentence

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King
Sunny Ade’s ex-guitarist, Fatoke Abiodun, who was arrested by
operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on
January 1, 2013 at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA)
with two parcels of cocaine weighing 1.575kg on his way to Italy has
been

sentenced to 3 years imprisonment. 


He
was sentenced by The Federal High Court in Lagos, yesterday after
appealing and pleading guilty to one count charge of unlawful
exportation of 1.575kg of cocaine.

On
how he got into the mess, 62-year old Abiodun claimed he was
unceremoniously retired after playing for King Sunny Ade for 30 years.
He had to do something to pull though poverty and feed his large family
(3 wives and 12 children).

“I
live in Ibadan with my family. I was invited to Lagos where I was given
50,000 naira and they promised that every arrangement will be ready for
me to travel soon. They promised to pay me one million naira. If not
for my condition, I would have turned down the offer but it was my last
hope to be free from financial difficulty.

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I
was given the bag and my ticket but at the airport NDLEA detected the
drug. Since then, I have been in deep pain. I feel bad because I have no
one to help me” 


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