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SMALL DOCTOR RISK 15YRS JAIL TERM

Police ambassador, Small Doctor may be spending over a decade behind bars if he’s discovered responsible of illegally possessing fireplace arms and likewise threatening a police officer.
Singer Small Doctor is in deep trouble and that is if he’s discovered responsible of illegally possessing firearm.

The males of the Lagos State Police Command yesterday arrested the singer and three different accomplices for allegedly threatening to shoot a police officer.
Police additionally declare the singer will likely be prosecuted for the same incident late November, when he fired pellets that injured 4 after a present on the Agege Stadium.

According to Section three of Nigeria’s Firearm Act, which prohibits the possession or management of firearms, any particular person(s) discovered responsible shall be liable to a minimal sentence of ten years.

Section four of the identical act, which restricts the possession or management of non-public firearms, in addition to Section 9 which restricts the possession or management of ammunition in respect of sure firearms, additionally state that anybody discovered responsible of violation is liable to serve jail time period not exceeding 5 years.

Small Doctor who has had relative success within the music trade since he burst onto the scene few years in the past might want to defend the allegations in court docket.

Police did not say when the Agege-bred singer and his gang would make their first court docket look. Small Doctor and his buddies have remained in police custody.

The younger singer stays a police ambassador alongside different high music artistes in Lagos State.

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