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NDLEA Granted Rapper CDQ bail



Popular rap artiste, CDQ, was granted bail by the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency; however, he remains under investigation.

CDQ NDLEA Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf AKA CDQ

Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf AKA CDQ

On Wednesday night, guys of the NDLEA detained Sodiq Yusuf, popularly called CDQ, in his Lekki home.
He was stated to have been picked up from the anti-drug enforcement agency for supposedly violating the medication law after an intelligence report that the agency caught wind of.

Nonetheless, in a private conversation with The PUNCH, NDLEA’s Director, Media, and Advocacy, Femi Babafemi, supported his arrest, saying the situation was being researched as a few materials called a cannabis version loudly, was discovered at the rapper’s home.

Babafemi stated, “Yes, CDQ was detained in his home in Lekki for having cannabis. He had been arrested based on intellect. He had been allowed administrative bond at night, but he’s expected back to custody now since it’s an ongoing evaluation.

“Some substances have been found and he said some names of several other artists that were big. Thus, it’s a continuing investigation.”
Babafemi further noted that CDQ appeared because he said names of other prominent artists that used the material. The spokesman told The PUNCH the analysis results would ascertain whether the rapper will be billed to a court or advised by the bureau.


He explained, “The results of the analysis would determine exactly what would occur. There are instances whereby the investigation indicates some adequate infractions, and the case goes to court. There are different instances where when the amount is insignificant, we’ll bring him for counselling and possible rehabilitation. Those are probably scenarios that will take place.”

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After the PUNCH achieved to the rapper through the phone, his number had been switched off. But, CDQ responded via an Instagram article, hinting that somebody was attempting to put him up.
He wrote, “No sleep for the wicked. Iyalaya yin o ni sunlight for dis Lagos… They tryna put up me now but Olohun wa.” (sic)