A 34-year-old dispatch rider, Rotanna Ofoma, on Monday appeared earlier than an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court docket over alleged stealing of his employer’s N116, 000.
NAN stories that Ofoma, a resident of No. 69 Giwa St., Aboru in Iyana-Ipaja, is going through a theft cost.
He, nevertheless, pleaded not responsible to the offence.
The Prosecutor, Sgt. Sunkanmi Adejumo stated that the defendant stole N116, 000 from the complainant, one Mrs IleriOluwa Adegunloye.
Adejumo instructed the court docket that the defendant dedicated the offence on Sept. 9 at 10.00am at No. 331B Gowon Property, Egbeda, Lagos.
The prosecutor stated that the complainant gave a motorbike to the defendant for a supply enterprise with an settlement to remit the stated quantity to her.
“The defendant transformed the cash to his private use, and all efforts made by the complainant to retrieve the cash from the defendant proved abortive,” the prosecutor stated.
The Justice of the Peace, Mrs O. A. Teluwo, admitted the defendant to N50, 000 bail with two sureties in like sum.
Teluwo ordered that the sureties should be gainfully employed with an proof of two years tax cost to the Lagos State Authorities.
The Justice of the Peace adjourned the case till Nov. 12 for point out.