by Funmilayo Okunade
Ado-Ekiti, March 11, 2019 An Ado-Ekiti Magistrates’ Court on Monday, ordered that Oyelowo Sunday, an acclaimed pastor at Gospel Cherubim and Seraphim Church, who allegedly attempted to murder a housewife, be remanded in prison, pending legal advice from the office of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).
Magistrate Omolola Akosile, gave the order because the plea of the accused could not be taken for lack of jurisdiction.
She adjourned the case until April 11, for mention.
The accused, whose address was not provided, is being accused of attempted murder.
The Police Prosecutor, Insp Monica Ikebuilo, told the court that the accused committed the offence on Jan.16 in Aramoko Ekiti.
She alleged that the accused attempt to murder a housewife, Mrs Abaje Anasiru.
Ikebuilo said that the complainant sought for spiritual help from the accused, who claimed to be a pastor at Gospel Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Aramoko Ekiti.
She said the accused told the complainant, to bring her shaved pubic hair with black soap for a special bath.
“The accused also demanded for sex from Mrs Anasiru with a promise that she will be free from all her predicaments,” she said.
The prosecutor alleged that the woman’s husband noticed that she was losing a lot of weight after performing the rituals the accused ordered.
Ikebuilo said when the police went to the accused’s church, they found different boxes with charms and he confessed to the crime that he had sex with the woman and asked her to shave her pubic hair.
She said the offence contravened the provisions of Section 320 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2012.
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3 brothers in Police net over alleged murder of woman in Abuja
Three brothers have been arrested in connection with the murder of a woman in Abuja,
according to Mr Frank Mba, Public Relations of the Police Force.
Mba, in a statement on Thursday in Abuja, said that the suspects, from Isiekenesi, Ideato Local Government in Imo, are helping Police investigation into the May 14 murder of Mrs Janet Ogbonnaya, a mother of five children.
He said that the suspects were arrested by the Police in their home town where they had allegedly taken refuge after committing the crime in Abuja, to evade arrest.
Mba said that investigation that led to their arrest followed complaints by one Chinedu Ogbonnaya, who alleged that his mother, Janet, 55, a native of Ozuitem in Bende Local Government Area of Abia, had been kidnapped.
Ogbonnaya told the Police that N5 million ransom was being demanded by the kidnappers to secure the mother’s release.
“A comprehensive and painstaking investigation by Police operatives resulted in the arrest of the three suspects, who, in the course of interrogation, revealed that the victim had long been murdered and buried.
“The suspect took advantage of the visit, served her milk laced with drugs, and subsequently murdered her,” he said.
According to him, the victim was buried in a septic tank afterwhich the suspects went ahead to reach out to the family, using her phone, to demand N5 million ransom to secure her release.
Mba said that the suspects, on Thursday, led a team of investigators alongside pathologists to a residence at Wumba District, Lokogoma area of Abuja, where the victim’s decomposing body was exhumed from a septic tank.
The spokesman said that the exhumed body had been taken to the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital for forensic examination, while a Toyota Highlander Jeep belonging to the deceased had also been recovered at a mechanic workshop in Apo, where it had been repainted into a different colour.
Mba said that the vehicle documents had been fraudulently changed with ownership of the stolen vehicle criminally transferred to one of the masterminds of the crime.
According to him, investigation also revealed that the house where the deceased was killed and buried originally belonged to one of the suspects but was hurriedly sold to a third party to obliterate evidence.
“Already, the Inspector General of Police, Mr Mohammed Adamu, has commended the team of Police operatives for a job well done. He has also pledged that perpetrators of crimes will not go undetected and unpunished.
Enugu lawmaker decries alleged invasion of constituency by Ebonyi communities
Chinedu Okwu, Member representing Aninri Constituency, in Enugu State House of Assembly has called on the state government to urgently intervene in the alleged invasion and destruction of houses and farmlands by some communities in Ebonyi.
He said that land grabbers from the three communities were claiming part of Aninri land, in spite of the obvious boundary features, adding that “they could not render any sustainable account of such claim.
“We complain in tears, about the unwarranted invasion, killing and maiming of our people by the three communities in Ebonyi, Uburu, Akaeze in Ohaozara and Ishiagu in Ivo Local Government Areas respectively, that share common boundary with us.
“Shortly after their kinsman, His Excellency Mr David Umahi, became the governor of Ebonyi, they returned to our land with much more force and a new turn of claim.
“Initially, they were making individual claims of ownership of different parts of our land but now, they claim and act for and on behalf of Ebonyi government.
“They forcefully re-enter with tractors bearing the inscription, Ebonyi Government and destroyed our cassava, yam and rice farms respectively, spanning about 100 hectares and deforested our popular Egu-Nkwo, which over the years used to be the major source of our timber business,” he said.
“The company just started getting the revenue and other benefits accruable from the mining, which is supposed to be for Enugu State, and now is being enjoyed by the Ebonyi government.
“Our people are dying in pains, the thought of watching helplessly another state driving us out of our land and taking over by force our source of livelihood, when we also have a state government, is quite unbearable”, Okwu lamented.
Reacting, the Speaker, Ubosi urged the Deputy Governor, Mrs Cecilia Ezeilo, to dialogue with her counterpart in Ebonyi, to resolve the land encroachment issue amicably.
Police arrests man over alleged rape of 85-year-old woman in Niger
The Police Command in Niger has arrested one Peter Ayemoba, of Rafin Sanyi area in Suleja Local Government Area, for allegedly having carnal knowledge of his two daughters.
The police also announced the arrest of another suspect who allegedly raped an 85-year-old woman.
ASP Wasiu Abiodun, Command Public Relation Officer (PPRO), disclosed this while addressing newsmen in Minna on Thursday.
Abiodun said that Ayemoba had sexually assaulted his daughters, now aged 20 and 23, between 2013 and 2019.
“Investigation revealed that the suspect usually threatened to kill them and commit suicide if they denied him carnal knowledge,” the PPRO said.
“The suspect forcefully had canal knowledge of the 85-year-old before she was rescued by her grandson.”
Abiodun said that the two suspects had confessed to the crime and would be charged to court.
He appealed to residents to volunteer information about suspected criminal elements in their midst.
Edited By: Maharazu Ahmed (NAN)
Alleged intimidation: Court fixes June 11 to rule over Pilot’s claim
Maigida, who resides at No 13, Moses Majekodunmi Crescent, Utako, Abuja filed an application for direct criminal complain in compliance with Section 89 (5) of Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA), 2015.
He instituted the suit against his neighbour, Uche Okolie, on May 15.
The Judge, Inuwa Maiwada, who fixed the date, ordered that a letter of reminder be sent to the police to send a copy report of the investigation in order for the court to deliver its ruling.
He adjourned the matter until June 11, for ruling.
Earlier, the defendant’s counsel, Onyeka Osigwe, informed the court that the police has concluded investigation and will forward a report to the court.
NAN reports that Maigida alleged that Okolie who resides in an apartment directly above his own within the same address, constitutes nuisance.
Maigida said every attempt to get her to stop pounding on his ceiling failed.
In addition, Maigida alleged that the defendant threatened him with a knife, when he tried to talk to her to stop hitting objects on his ceiling.
The pilot is praying for the court to invoke the provisions of sections 183 and 397 of the Penal Code Law, which is an offence for inciting public disturbance and criminal intimidation.
The defendant, however, denied the allegation and the court ordered police investigation into the matter.
The court directed that a report be presented at the end of the investigation.(NAN)
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Police arrest man, 25, for allegedly raping 70-year-old woman
The command’s Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, made this disclosure in a statement in Abeokuta.
The spokesman said that Bankole allegedly committed the offence on Tuesday at Abule Lemode area of Ijoko in Ifo Local Government Area of the state.
Oyeyemi stated that the suspect was arrested on Wednesday following a report by the victim at the Agbado Divisional Police Station.
He said that the suspect allegedly broke into the septuagenarian’s house at 8 p.m. on Tuesday to commit the alleged offence.
“The victim stated further that it was one of her neighbours, who heard her screaming that came to rescue her by using a stick to hit the suspect on his back.
“The victim added that the suspect immediately jumped off her and ran away, leaving his clothes, shoes and torchlight inside her room.
“Upon the report, the DPO, Agbado Division, SP Kuranga Yero, dispatched detectives to look for the suspect in order to bring him to justice.
“The detectives succeeded in getting him arrested on Wednesday around Ijoko area and brought him to the station.
“On interrogation, he confessed to committing the crime but claimed to have acted under the influence of alcohol.
“The victim has been taken to the hospital for medical attention”.
Oyeyemi said the Commissioner of Police, Kenneth Ebrimson, had ordered the transfer of the suspect to the Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Labour Unit, State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID) for further investigation.
Court acquits cleaner of defilement, as alleged victim failed to testify
An Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court on Thursday acquitted a 26-year-old cleaner, Charles Etuk of defilement as the alleged 13-year-old victim failed to testify.
Delivering judgment, Justice Abiola Soladoye, held that there was no direct evidence linking the defendant to the alleged crime to warrant a conviction.
“There is no circumstantial or direct evidence linking the defendant to the crime. The victim did not testify in this case and the evidence of Sgt. Lama, was not corroborated and non-compelling. The defendant cannot be convicted on it alone.
“The evidence of the sole prosecution witness, was a repetition of what he was told by the victim of this case and her mother. There was also no medical evidence before the court.
“Accordingly, the prosecution of this case was a waste of precious judicial time. I find you Charles Etuk not guilty as charged contrary to Section 261 of the Criminal Law of Lagos 2015,”Justice Soladoye said.
Following the judgment, defence counsel, Mr Kelechi Obi, thanked the court for “a well considered judgment”.
The police alleged that he defiled 13-year-old daughter of his neighbour.
The offence contravened the provisions of Section 261 of the Criminal Law of Lagos 2015
During trial, the prosecution opened its case on April 8, 2019 and presented one witness, the Investigating Police Officer (IPO), Sgt. Lama Bolaji.
The policeman in his evidence told the court that sometime in October 2017, the police had come to arrest the defendant’s home to arrest his brother over alleged defilement and the alleged victim who had witnessed the arrest had asked her mother the reason why Etuk’s brother was arrested.
“When her mother told her why the defendant’s brother was arrested, the daughter opened up to her mother and said that the defendant did the same to her earlier in April.
“According to her, the defendant had sent her to buy a drink for him and when she returned from the errand, he grabbed her and defiled her,” the IPO alleged.
Testifying solely in his defence on Jan. 23, Etuk denied all the allegations in court.
Sales representative in court over alleged criminal breach of trust, cheating
A 36-year-old sales representative, Sunday Peter, on Thursday appeared in a Magistrates’ Court in Kafanchan, Kaduna State over alleged misappropriation of N294, 140.
The police charged Peter with criminal breach of trust, misappropriation and cheating, contrary to sections 296, 293 and 306 of the Kaduna State Penal Code Law.
She alleged that the defendant converted the N214, 140 to his personal use and all efforts made to retrieve the money failed.
When the charges were read to him, he pleaded not guilty.
Bawa adjourned the matter until June 9 for hearing.
2 docked for alleged theft, receiving stolen property
Two men, Stephen Zogo and Samson Waje, were on Thursday, brought before a Magistrates’ Court in Kafanchan, Kaduna State, for alleged theft and receiving stolen property.
The duo were standing trial on a three-count charge of criminal trespass, theft and receiving stolen property, contrary to sections 327, 270 and 302 of the Kaduna State Penal Code Law.
Bishen said the complainant alleged that Zogo trespassed into his house and stole six doors, two cartoons of tiles and two shovels, all valued at N165,000.
She told the court that the defendant later sold the stolen items to the second defendant, Waje.
When the charges were read to the defendants, they both pleaded not guilty.
The prosecutor, thereafter, prayed the court for adjournment to enable the Police call its witnesses to prove its case.
In his ruling, Magistrate Michael Bawa, granted N100,000 bail to the defendants with two sureties each in like sum.
Bawa adjourned the matter until June 10 for hearing.
Man docked for allegedly stealing N530, 000
Man docked for allegedly stealing N530, 000
Jaja was charged with housebreaking and theft, contrary to sections 332 and 270 of the Kaduna State Penal Code Law.
Bishen quoted the complainant as alleging that on the same day, he went to his shop located at Katsit and discovered that it was broken into and the sum of N530, 000 was stolen.
She said the complainant alleged that he strongly suspected the defendant of being the perpetrator of the act.
When the charges were read to the defendant, he pleaded not guilty.
The prosecutor, thereafter, prayed the court for an adjournment to enable the Police complete investigation into the matter.
Bawa adjourned the matter until June 10 for further mention.
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