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Man, 25, docked for allegedly stealing turkey in Ekiti

A 25-year-old man, Adetunji Ismail has been arraigned earlier than an Ado-Ekiti Justice of the Peace Court docket, for allegedly stealing a stay turkey at Omisanjana space within the State.

Police prosecutor, Inspector Oriyomi Akinwale, instructed the courtroom that the defendant, on November 2, 2020, at about 0430 a.m, at Omisanjana space, Ado-Ekiti, within the Ado-Ekiti Justice of the Peace District did steal one life turkey valued N35,000, property of 1 Obakpolo Kennedy.

In response to Inspector Akinwale, the offence is opposite to and punishable beneath Part 390 (9) of the Legal Code Cap C16, Vol.1, Legal guidelines of Ekiti State of Nigeria, 2012.

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Counsel to the defendant, Barrister Gbenga Ariyibi, urged the courtroom to grant his shopper bail since it’s a bailable offence.

He promised that the defendant would produce credible surety to the courtroom, promising that he wouldn’t soar bail.

The Chief Justice of the Peace, Mrs. Adefunke Anorma, granted bail within the sum of N20,00 to the defendant, with one surety in like sum who have to be a resident with a verifiable handle.

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She later adjourned the case to December eighth, 2020 for listening to.

In one other case, the police authority additionally docked one Sunday John, 35 years previous, for alleged conspiracy with one different at giant to commit felony.

Police prosecutor, Inspector Oriyomi Akinwale, knowledgeable the courtroom that at about 11 p.m at Okeoniyo road, Ado-Ekiti, the defendant tried to commit felony.

Akinwale identified that the offence is opposite to and punishable beneath Part 516 of the Legal Code Cap C16 Vol. 1 Legal guidelines of Ekiti State of Nigeria, 2012.

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Counsel to the defendant, Barrister Gbenga Ariyibi, urged the courtroom to grant bail to the defendant, saying he wouldn’t soar bail.

The Chief Justice of the Peace, Mrs. Adefunke Anorma, granted bail to the defendant within the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum who have to be a resident inside Ado-Ekiti and a verifiable handle.

The Justice of the Peace adjourned to December eighth, 2020 for listening to.

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