20 years in imprison for 3 men found guilty of trafficking Cannabis Sativa

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Three Kenyan men have been jailed for 20 years for trafficking Cannabis Sativa.

The Chief Magistrate in Garissa Law Courts Hon. Cosmas Maundu on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, convicted Julius Nkolong Enkare, Adam Gituma Mugambi and Mohammed Jelly Adan for the Offence of trafficking in 446 Kgs of Cannabis Sativa.

“The three were sentenced to 20 years imprisonment plus an additional Fine of Forty Million, One Hundred and Forty Thousand Kenyan shillings (Kshs. 40,140,000) or a further one year in default,” reads a report released by the office of the Director of Public Prosecution.

The Judgment was delivered in the absence of the second and third accused who absconded court after being released on Cash Bail.

The two have pending warrants of arrest and will begin their sentences once they are arrested.

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