Man docked over alleged criminal breach of trust
The Police on Friday arraigned a 35-year-old artist, Christopher Ndubuisi, in a Karmo Upper Area Court, Abuja, for alleged criminal breach of trust and cheating.
Ndubuisi who resides at Jabi, Abuja, was docked on charges bordering on criminal breach of trust and cheating.
The prosecutor, Ijeoma Ukagha, told the court that one Christy Ajala of Kado Kuchi village, Abuja, reported the matter at the Life Camp Police Station on March 1.
Ukagha alleged that sometime in February, the complainant entrusted bosch filling machine, one blue hammer, one construction tape, one L shape steel ruler, one construction spanner into the care of the defendant.
She said that the tools were given to the defendant to use in construction and artwork. borsch
Ukagha said the defendant sold the bosch filling machine to a man at Jabi garage.
The prosecutor said during police investigation the items were recovered, but the L shape steel ruler was yet to be recovered.
Ukagha said that the offences contravened the provisions of Sections 312 and 322 of the Penal Code.
The defendant, however, denied committing the offences.
The judge, Alhaji Inuwa Maiwada, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N30, 000 with one surety in like sum.
Maiwada said that the surety must reside within the court’s jurisdiction and adjourned the case until April 8, for further hearing.
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