The defendant, who resides in Wole Oladokun Street, Ojo Meiran, Lagos State, was charged with defilement.
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The accused, with no addresses, are standing trial on a three-count charge of conspiracy, stealing and receiving stolen goods.
The Magistrate, Ejiro Kubeinje, who did not take the defendant’s plea, ordered that the case file should be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for advice.
The police charged Ebenezer, who resides in Oke- Odo, Lagos, with assault and causing grievous hurt.
The police charged Thompson Dada, 38; and Bolaji Hassan,35, with conspiracy and theft.
Nwaobuogwu, whose address was not mentioned, is charged with two counts of obtaining money under false pretences and issuing a dud cheque.
The police charged the boys aged 14, 17, 12, 14, 13, 15 and 15 with conspiracy and theft.
The Magistrate, Ejiro Kubeinje, who did not take the defendant’s plea, ordered that he should be remanded in Kirikiri Correctional Centre.
The Magistrate, Ejiro Kubeinje, who did not take the defendant’s plea, ordered that he should be remanded in Kirikri Correctional Centre.
The police charged Danlami, who resides in Oshodi, Lagos State, with falsification of document and theft.
The police charged Peter, whose residential address was not given with four counts of conspiracy, breaking in, damage and attempted to commit felony.
The police charged Emmanuel Abayomi, 49, and Atinuke Abayomi, 37, who reside in Alagbado, Lagos, with conspiracy, obtaining money under false pretences and theft.
The defendant was arraigned on a three-count charge of conspiracy, obtaining goods under false pretences and stealing.
The defendant fraudulently obtained the money from Okonkwo with the pretext of returning it after a few weeks; a representation he knew to be false.
Emmanuel, who resides at Iju, Lagos, is facing a charge of stealing.
The defendant, whose residential address is unknown, however, pleaded innocence to a count of stealing.
Akinwande is under trial for obtaining money under false pretences and stealing.
The court did not take Ohiwi’s plea, as the Magistrate, Ejiro Kubeinje, said she needed the advice of the state’s director of public prosecutions.