COVID-19: Funke Akindele Spotted In The Lagos Market Doing Her Community Service

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Due to breaking the law ordered by the Nigeria Federal Government Lockdown COVID 19 Epidemic, Funke Akindele and her husband were on Monday arraigned at the Chief Magistrate Court 1 in Ogba, Lagos, on one count charge.

Funke and hubby were brought to court by detectives from the State Criminal Investigation Department, Yaba, led by the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of the investigation, Yetunde Longe.

The prosecuting team was lead by the Attorney General of Lagos State, Moyosore Onigbanjo.

The charge was read to the accused persons by the court clerk after which they pleaded guilty.

The magistrate found them guilty as charged and sentenced as follows: The defendants are to pay a fine of 100,000 each, sentenced to 14 days community service, three hours per day, excluding Saturday and Sunday.

The brief fact of the case as contained in the charge is: “On 04/04/2020, the two accused persons held a party at their residents with over twenty persons in attendance contrary to the social distancing directives made in pursuant to Regulation 8(1)(a) and (b) & 17(1)(i) of the Lagos State Infectious Disease (Emergency Prevention) Regulations 2020 and therefore committed an offense under Section 58 of the Public Health Law Cap P16 Vol. 9, Laws of Lagos State 2015. ”

This are some of the photos that have been disturbing the social media this morning that she has been doing her community server ordered by the court

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Each defendant shall visit 10 important public places within Lagos State to educate the public on the consequences of non-compliance with the restriction order, and they must submit the names and phone numbers of every person who attended the party, the judge ruled.

According to the judge, they shall be placed on isolation by the state government to determine their COVID-19 status. Failure to abide by the above directives shall attract more severe punishments, the magistrate said.

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