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Topic - Baba Suwe
A popular Nigerian comedian who was held as a drug suspect has been released, and his lawyer says he may sue the country's drug law enforcement agency.
A Nigerian court has ordered authorities to free a popular comedian held for more than two weeks after a drug screening.
Investigators detained the famous Nigerian comedian at the airport, accusing him of swallowing narcotics before trying to board a flight to Paris. But after more than two weeks of observation, Baba Suwe has given up no drugs.