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Ganiyu Dolapo Ajimobi, 28, has been sentenced to four years and four months in prison for his involvement in drug supply in the Buckingham area. His partner, Sadiq Abubakar, 22, received a suspended sentence of one year and nine months.

The convictions were based on their guilty pleas to charges related to the supply of cocaine and heroin. Ajimobi also admitted to dangerous driving, driving without third-party insurance, and breaching a non-molestation order.

The incident leading to their arrest occurred on January 11 of this year, during an execution of a warrant as part of a proactive investigation into drug supply in Buckingham. The investigation revealed that Ajimobi had been responsible for the supply of cocaine and heroin in the area since August 3, 2023, with Abubakar working for him.

The sentencing sends a strong message to those involved in drug supply, highlighting the serious legal consequences they face. It also serves as a reminder of the ongoing efforts by law enforcement agencies to combat drug-related crimes and protect communities.

As society continues to grapple with drug-related issues, it is crucial for individuals to understand the destructive impact that such activities can have on individuals, families, and communities. By addressing the root causes of drug supply, providing support systems for those affected, and implementing effective rehabilitation programs, we can work towards creating safer and healthier communities for everyone.