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Court remands hairstylist for allegedly causing grievous hurt to apprentice

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 A Kadiri Grade I Area Court on Friday ordered that a 28 year old hairstylist Chiamaka Nmonye be remanded in correction centre for allegedly causing grievous hurt to her apprentice Nmonye of Utako village Abuja is charged with causing grievous hurt before the Presiding Judge Mohammed Wakili The defendant however pleaded not guilty to the charge The Presiding Judge Malam Muhammed Wakili refused to grant an oral application for bail and ordered that the Defence counsel file a formal application for bail The Judge adjourned the matter until Jan 19 for hearing in the bail application Earlier the Prosecution Counsel Charity Nwosu told the court that on Nov 2 at about 8 18 p m the complainant Joy Jacob of Utako Village Abuja reported the matter at Utako Police Station Nwosu alleged that on the same date while the complainant was sweeping the defendant s living room the defendant walked in and told her the room was not properly swept She alleged that the defendant pulled the complainant s hair which turned the situation into an argument and stabbed the complainant with a scissors The prosecution alleged that Jacob was stabbed on her left arm and behind neck causing severe injury adding that the complainant was rushed to Wuse General Hospital for treatment Nwosu told the court that the sum of N32 000 was incurred as medical bill at the hospital Mr K Nwafor counsel to the defendant prayed the court to grant his client bail citing sec 36 5 of the 1999 constitution as amended and 158 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015 Nwafor told the court that the accused was still presumed innocent until proven guilty and assured the court that the defendant would not jump bail The prosecution counsel however did not oppose the prayers of the defense counsel further urged the court to use its discretion to grant the defendant bail NewsSourceCredit NAN
Court remands hairstylist for allegedly causing grievous hurt to apprentice

Kadiri Grade

A Kadiri Grade I Area Court on Friday ordered that a 28-year-old hairstylist, Chiamaka Nmonye be remanded in correction centre for allegedly causing grievous hurt to her apprentice.

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Nmonye of Utako

Nmonye of Utako village, Abuja, is charged with causing grievous hurt before the Presiding Judge Mohammed Wakili.

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The defendant however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.

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Presiding Judge

The Presiding Judge, Malam Muhammed Wakili, refused to grant an oral application for bail and ordered that the Defence counsel file a formal application for bail.

The Judge adjourned the matter until Jan.19 for hearing in the bail application

Prosecution Counsel

Earlier, the Prosecution Counsel,  Charity Nwosu told the court that, on Nov.2, at about 8:18 p.

m, the complainant Joy Jacob of Utako Village, Abuja, reported the matter at Utako Police Station.

Nwosu alleged that, on the same date, while the complainant was sweeping the defendant’s living room, the defendant walked in and told her the room was not properly swept.

She alleged that the defendant pulled the complainant’s hair, which turned the situation into an argument and stabbed the complainant with a scissors.

Wuse General Hospital

The prosecution alleged that, Jacob was stabbed on her left arm and behind neck causing severe injury, adding that the complainant was rushed to Wuse General Hospital for treatment.

Nwosu told the court that the sum of N32, 000 was incurred as medical bill at the hospital.

Administration of Criminal Justice Act

Mr K.

Nwafor , counsel to the defendant prayed the court to grant his client  bail, citing sec 36(5) of the 1999 constitution as amended and 158 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015.
Nwafor told the court that the accused was still presumed innocent until proven guilty and assured the court that the defendant would not jump bail.

The prosecution counsel, however, did not oppose the prayers of the defense counsel further urged the court to use its discretion to grant the defendant bail.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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