The Judge, Malam Murtala Nasir, also ordered the teacher to pay N8,500 to the nominal complainant, Muhammad, as compensation to defray her medical bill after he assaulted her.
Muazu, who resides at the Hajj Camp, Gwagwalada, Abuja, is charged with criminal conspiracy and theft.
DSP Sulaiman Nguroje, the police spokesman, confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria.
The Public Relations Officer of the command, DSC Muhammed Tukur, said this while briefing newsmen on Wednesday in Katsina over the development.
The command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Mohammed Jalije, disclosed this in a statement he issued on Wednesday in Kaduna.
The police charged Chidi Dike, 30, and Nzerem Chibuezem, 31, whose addresses were not given with armed robbery, unlawful display of dangerous weapons and unlawful withdrawal of money.
The police charged Ibrahim Suleiman, 32, security guard; Anefiok Aaron, 27, bar man; and Ahmed Haruna, 32, security guard, who live at Oke Ira area of Ogba, Lagos with conspiracy, stealing and receiving stolen goods.
The police charged the tenant, of Dutse, Abuja, with mischief following the report of the matter by the landlady.
The Controller of the NCoS in Enugu State, Godwin Onokohwomomo, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria.
The police charged Abidemi Aminu, 33, and Michael Bello, 31, with conspiracy, theft and demanding property by menace.
The bill was presented to the Governor by the state’s Attorney-General in the presence of the Speaker of the House of Assembly
This followed the adoption of a motion by Rep Ajibola Muraina (PDP-Oyo) on the floor of the House entitled ‘Need to Investigate the Brutal Murder at Igangan, Igbo Ora, Ayete, Tapa in Ibarapa Area of Oyo State by Men of the Nigeria Customs Service’.
The Rep spoke at a capacity building retreat for members of Committees on Diaspora, Foreign Affairs and Human rights.
Oyiteme, whose address was not provided, is facing a three-count charge of conspiracy, stealing and obtaining money under false pretences.
Ndubuisi, whose address was not provided, is facing a three-count charge of assault, willful damage and breach of the peace.
Muazu, who resides at the Hajj Camp, Gwagwalada, Abuja, is charged with criminal conspiracy and theft, but the defendant pleaded not guilty.
Lucien, whose address was not provided, is facing a two-count charge of stealing and obtaining money under false pretenses.
EFCC’s spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, confirmed the development in a statement issued on Tuesday to newsmen.
The Ilorin Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission prosecuted the convicts on separate charges.
The gunmen also shot a Soldier, Ebuka Okechukwu, who died from the wounds sustained in a hospital.