The Nigerian drug dealer, who bragged about his criminal lifestyle in a music video he recorded, was imprisoned in the UK.
Adetokunbo Ajibola was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment at Harrow Crown Court on Friday, March 1, after he accepted possession of cocaine with intent to deliver cannabis with the intention of providing and retaining criminal property at a previous hearing.
Officers from the Brent Brenz Group made an order in accordance with the Inappropriate Drug Abuse Act of 1971. When, on April 25, many people lived on Sneid Road, Willesden, NW-2.
When the officers invaded the area, Adzhibola jumped out of a window on the second floor and tried to escape from the officers. He was stopped at a short distance on the roof of the garage and arrested.
Rooms in the address were searched. The second floor was described in court as a “drug factory”. Officials said it was later confirmed as 241 grams of cocaine and high-purity blenders, as well as almost 60 grams of crack and 240 grams of cannabis. The potential market value of drugs exceeded £ 30,000.
After prosecution, he first appeared in the World Court of Willesden on April 26, 2018. He requested criminal offenses at the Royal Harrow Court on June 27, 2018.