An Ebute Meta Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Friday ordered a security guard, Usman Abdulkareem, to be remanded at the Ikoyi Prison for allegedly killing his colleague.
According to Olute, he met his “boss,” Lukmon, in prison after he was arrested, charged and remanded for fighting an official of Lagos State Traffic Management Authority
The Presidential Advisory Committee on Prerogative of Mercy on Tuesday interviewed and screened 18 inmates in Lagos in preparation for presidential pardon.
The plea of Lazarus, who is facing a two-count charge of sexual assault and rape, was not taken because of the nature of the offences.
Babalola, who resides at No. 2 Alaba Taiwo Street, Kola in Alagbado area of Lagos, is facing a two-count charge of possession of documents containing false pretext at an Ikeja High Court.
Rather than go after the killers of her husband, Aborishade alleged that operatives of the Lagos State Police Command have clamped into prison those who reported the killing
The Magistrate, T. Akann, who ordered the accused to be remanded in prison, adjourned the case until July 27 to await the advice of the state Directorate of Public Prosecution.
The men had mistaken the victim, Adedeji Femi, for a member of a rival cult.
The accused – Bosun Adigun, 43; Semiu Ogunbona, 58; and Sabitu Kamarudeen, 54, are facing a two-count charge of conspiracy and murder.
Justice I. O. Akinkugbe, who gave the order, said the accused after they pleaded not guilty, should remain behind bars until the next adjournment.
The command’s spokesman, Rotimi Oladokun, said in a statement that the incident happened after the case was adjourned and the escort team was leading the suspect to the holding cell in the court premises.
Chief Magistrate Tajudeen Elias said the accused are to remain behind bars pending a legal advice from the State Director of Public Prosecutions.
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Magistrate M.O. Tanimola ordered that Nurudeen Jimoh should be kept in the Ikoyi Prisons pending the advice of the Lagos State Director of Public Prosecutions