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Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Bola Ahmed Tinubu nicknamed 'Pablo Escobar' after being exposed as Drug lord by journalist David Hundeyin

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been nicknamed 'Pablo Escobar' after being exposed as Drug lord by journalist David Hundeyin. (Read More Here).

Taking to social media, David Hundeyin, dropped an article saying Tinubu used to be drug lord, who has now become a 'Presidential Candidate.' (Read More Here).

David Hundeyin wrote:

"Those 2 kids with the $2m condos in NYC - them no dey forbid am say na you or your pikin go fit do that kain thing. (VIEW SOME DETAILS).

"The lives of Tinubu's family are not worth more than the lives of your own.

"So before entering my mentions to shout at yourself, try to remember that. Just try. I embedded the Zillow hyperlinks in all the properties talked about in the story so that you can click on them and see the way the emilokan slavemaster and his family live.

"Then compare it with your 2-bed in Oworo that has a cockroach problem.
I want you to feel dissatisfied. Located at the junction of 4 states with combined population exceeding 27 million at the time, Chicago was a key trafficking hub in the American heroin trade. And as it turned out, the wholesale trade of an especially potent form of heroin from Southeast Asia (SEA) in 1990s Chicago was controlled by Nigerian criminal gangs.

"The following excerpt is taken from the January 2001 Illinois Drug Threat Assessment published by the US Justice Department’s National Drug Intelligence Centre:

“Nigerian criminal groups are responsible for wholesale distribution of most of the SEA heroin shipped into Chicago. SEA heroin, which is 80-90 percent pure, is being sold between Nigerian traffickers for $80,000-$110,00 per kilogram. Wholesalers in Chicago usually sell heroin without cutting it to minimize their handling of the product and their exposure to law enforcement.”

"Taking advantage of the Nigerian knowledge gap that typically misunderstands how US federal indictments work and how they differ from criminal convictions, such narratives have been floating around the Nigerian media every since Tinubu became Lagos State governor in 1999. Explaining the efficiency of indictments in the US, H. Michael Steinberg, founder of The Steinberg Colorado Criminal Defense Law Firm says:

“What are the chances for a ‘not guilty’ verdict if a federally charged criminal defendant takes the case to trial? Statistically not very good. Currently federal prosecutors tout above a 95% conviction rate. This is primarily due to the fact that most cases never make it to trial. Most defendants end up taking a plea bargain rather then risk a potentially much greater prison sentence which could be dealt them if they actual went to trial and lost.”

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