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  •  The Police on Friday arraigned a 40 year old man Kayode Ayeni at an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged possession of Indian hemp The defendant of no fixed address is standing trial on a charge of possession of Indian hemp The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offence on Oct 21 at about 10 00 p m in Ado Ekiti He alleged that the defendant had in his possession weeds suspected to be Indian hemp Olasunkanmi said that the offence contravened section 5 b of the Indian Hemp Act 1966 He urged the Court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the file and assemble his witnesses The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge preferred against him Counsel to the defendant Mr Tunmise Akinwunmi urged the Court to grant his client bail with a promise that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail for N100 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Nov 21 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police arraign man, 40, over alleged possession of Indian hemp
     The Police on Friday arraigned a 40 year old man Kayode Ayeni at an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged possession of Indian hemp The defendant of no fixed address is standing trial on a charge of possession of Indian hemp The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offence on Oct 21 at about 10 00 p m in Ado Ekiti He alleged that the defendant had in his possession weeds suspected to be Indian hemp Olasunkanmi said that the offence contravened section 5 b of the Indian Hemp Act 1966 He urged the Court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the file and assemble his witnesses The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge preferred against him Counsel to the defendant Mr Tunmise Akinwunmi urged the Court to grant his client bail with a promise that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail for N100 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Nov 21 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police arraign man, 40, over alleged possession of Indian hemp
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    Police arraign man, 40, over alleged possession of Indian hemp

    The Police on Friday arraigned a 40-year old man, Kayode Ayeni, at an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged possession of Indian hemp.

    The defendant, of no fixed address, is standing trial on a charge of possession of Indian hemp.

    The prosecutor, Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that the defendant committed the offence on Oct. 21 at about 10:00 p.

    m. in Ado-Ekiti.

    He alleged that the defendant had in his possession weeds suspected to be Indian hemp.

    Olasunkanmi said that the offence contravened section 5 (b) of the Indian Hemp Act 1966. He urged the Court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the file and assemble his witnesses.

    The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge preferred against him.

    Counsel to the defendant, Mr Tunmise Akinwunmi, urged the Court to grant his client bail, with a promise that he would not jump bail.

    The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant bail for N100,000 with one surety in like sum.

    He adjourned the case until Nov. 21 for hearing.


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  •  A 42 year old man Bamisaye Sesan on Tuesday appeared before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court for alleged fraud and threat of violence Sesan whose address was not given is facing a two count charge The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offences on April 15 at 10 00 a m in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant obtained N700 000 from the complainant Mrs Morondiya Grace on pretext of supplying her planks which he failed to do He added that the defendant on Sept 10 in Ado Ekiti made a threat of violence against the complainant According to him the offences contravene Sections 338 and 69 a of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The defendant however pleaded not guilty The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N100 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Nov 3 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Man, 42, docked over alleged fraud
     A 42 year old man Bamisaye Sesan on Tuesday appeared before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court for alleged fraud and threat of violence Sesan whose address was not given is facing a two count charge The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offences on April 15 at 10 00 a m in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant obtained N700 000 from the complainant Mrs Morondiya Grace on pretext of supplying her planks which he failed to do He added that the defendant on Sept 10 in Ado Ekiti made a threat of violence against the complainant According to him the offences contravene Sections 338 and 69 a of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The defendant however pleaded not guilty The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N100 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Nov 3 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Man, 42, docked over alleged fraud
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    Man, 42, docked over alleged fraud

    A 42-year-old man, Bamisaye Sesan, on Tuesday appeared before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court for alleged fraud and threat of violence.

    Sesan, whose address was not given, is facing a two-count charge.

    The prosecutor, Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that the defendant committed the offences on April 15 at 10:00 a.

    m. in Ado-Ekiti.

    Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant obtained N700, 000 from the complainant, Mrs Morondiya Grace, on pretext of supplying her planks which he failed to do.

    He added that the defendant, on Sept.10 in Ado-Ekiti, made a threat of violence against the complainant.

    According to him, the offences contravene Sections 338 and 69(a) of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State, 2021. The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty.

    The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N100, 000 with one surety in like sum.

    He adjourned the case until Nov. 3 for hearing.


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  •  A 20 year old man Gbenga Odunayo on Wednesday appeared before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court charged with unlawfully wearing the uniform of the Nigerian Army Odunayo whose address was not provided in the charge sheet is standing trial on a two count charge of impersonation and unlawful possession of a military uniform to which he pleaded not guilty The Prosecutor Sgt Alice Ojo told the court that the defendant committed the offences on Aug 8 at 10 00 a m at Odo Ado Area in Ado Ekiti Ojo said that the defendant allegedly represented himself to be a soldier in the Nigerian Army The prosecutor said that the defendant at the point of his arrest was wearing the uniform of the Nigerian army She contended that the offences allegedly committed contravened Sections 91 b and 92 i a of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The prosecutor further prayed the court to grant an adjournment to enable her to study the case file and present her witnesses Counsel to the defendant Mr Sunday Balogun however urged the court to grant his client bail with a promise that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant n100 000 bail and surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Sept 27 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Man unlawfully in army uniform in court in Ekiti
     A 20 year old man Gbenga Odunayo on Wednesday appeared before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court charged with unlawfully wearing the uniform of the Nigerian Army Odunayo whose address was not provided in the charge sheet is standing trial on a two count charge of impersonation and unlawful possession of a military uniform to which he pleaded not guilty The Prosecutor Sgt Alice Ojo told the court that the defendant committed the offences on Aug 8 at 10 00 a m at Odo Ado Area in Ado Ekiti Ojo said that the defendant allegedly represented himself to be a soldier in the Nigerian Army The prosecutor said that the defendant at the point of his arrest was wearing the uniform of the Nigerian army She contended that the offences allegedly committed contravened Sections 91 b and 92 i a of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The prosecutor further prayed the court to grant an adjournment to enable her to study the case file and present her witnesses Counsel to the defendant Mr Sunday Balogun however urged the court to grant his client bail with a promise that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant n100 000 bail and surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Sept 27 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Man unlawfully in army uniform in court in Ekiti
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    Man unlawfully in army uniform in court in Ekiti

    A 20-year-old man, Gbenga Odunayo, on Wednesday appeared before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court charged with unlawfully wearing the uniform of the Nigerian Army. Odunayo, whose address was not provided in the charge sheet, is standing trial on a two-count charge of impersonation and unlawful possession of a military uniform to which he pleaded not guilty.

    The Prosecutor, Sgt. Alice Ojo told the court that the defendant committed the offences on Aug. 8 at 10:00 a.

    m., at Odo-Ado Area in Ado-Ekiti.

    Ojo said that the defendant allegedly represented himself to be a soldier in the Nigerian Army. The prosecutor said that the defendant at the point of his arrest was wearing the uniform of the Nigerian army.

    She contended that the offences, allegedly committed, contravened Sections 91(b) and 92(i) (a) of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State, 2021. The prosecutor further prayed the court to grant an adjournment to enable her to study the case file and present her witnesses.

    Counsel to the defendant, Mr Sunday Balogun, however urged the court to grant his client bail, with a promise that he would not jump bail.

    The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant n100,000 bail and  surety in like sum.

    He adjourned the case until Sept. 27 for hearing.

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  •   An 18 year old Abubakar Salisu was on Wednesday arraigned before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged stealing and possession of motorcycle spare parts Salisu whose address was not given is facing a two count charge of stealing and possession of motorcycle spare parts The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the Court that the accused person and one other at large committed the offence on July 1 between 7 00 a m and 8 00 a m at Iwara Street Atikankan Area in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the accused and one other at large also stole one Itel phone a bag containing klin detergent and three pair of shoes Other items allegedly stolen are cloths two caps and vital documents valued at N500 000 belonging to Abudllahi Shehu Sufiana Shehu and Abdulrahman Abubakar He also alleged that the he was found in possession of spare parts of motorcycle suspected to have been stolen According to him the offences contravenes Section 302 1 a and 345 of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 He urged the Court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses The accused pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him His counsel Mr Timi Omotosho urged the Court to grant his client bail and promised that the he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the bail in the sum of N50 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Aug 11 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Teenager in Court over alleged theft, possession of motorcycle spare parts
      An 18 year old Abubakar Salisu was on Wednesday arraigned before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged stealing and possession of motorcycle spare parts Salisu whose address was not given is facing a two count charge of stealing and possession of motorcycle spare parts The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the Court that the accused person and one other at large committed the offence on July 1 between 7 00 a m and 8 00 a m at Iwara Street Atikankan Area in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the accused and one other at large also stole one Itel phone a bag containing klin detergent and three pair of shoes Other items allegedly stolen are cloths two caps and vital documents valued at N500 000 belonging to Abudllahi Shehu Sufiana Shehu and Abdulrahman Abubakar He also alleged that the he was found in possession of spare parts of motorcycle suspected to have been stolen According to him the offences contravenes Section 302 1 a and 345 of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 He urged the Court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses The accused pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him His counsel Mr Timi Omotosho urged the Court to grant his client bail and promised that the he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the bail in the sum of N50 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case until Aug 11 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Teenager in Court over alleged theft, possession of motorcycle spare parts
    General news5 months ago

    Teenager in Court over alleged theft, possession of motorcycle spare parts

    An 18-year old Abubakar Salisu, was on Wednesday arraigned before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged stealing and possession of motorcycle spare parts.Salisu, whose address was not given, is facing a two-count charge of stealing and possession of motorcycle spare parts.The prosecutor, Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the Court that the accused person and one other at large, committed the offence on July 1, between 7:00 a.m and 8:00 a.m at Iwara Street, Atikankan Area in Ado-Ekiti.Olasunkanmi alleged that the accused and one other at large, also stole one Itel phone, a bag containing klin detergent and three pair of shoes.Other items allegedly stolen are cloths, two caps and vital documents valued at N500,000 belonging to Abudllahi Shehu, Sufiana Shehu and Abdulrahman Abubakar.He also alleged that the he was found in   possession  of spare parts of motorcycle suspected to have been stolen.According to him, the offences contravenes Section 302(1) (a) and 345 of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021.He urged the Court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses.The accused pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him.His counsel, Mr Timi Omotosho, urged the Court to grant his client bail and promised that the he would not jump bail.The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum.He adjourned the case until Aug.11 for hearing. (

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  •  The Police on Thursday arraigned a 27 year old man Ademiluyi Temidayo before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court for allegedly stealing Toyota Hilux parts worth N350 000 Temidayo whose residential address was not provided is facing a three count charge of stealing attempted theft and assault The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offences on May 30 at about 1 00 a m at the Ekiti State Community Social Development Agency EKSCSDA in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi said that the defendant unlawfully entered the premises of EKSCSDA and stole catalist of a Toyota Hilux valued at N350 000 belonging to the agency He said the defendant also on July 3 at about 1 30 a m broke into the agency s premises and attempted to steal a catalist of another Toyota Hilux belonging to the agency He told the court that the defendant assaulted one of the agency s security guards Slyvanus John who apprehended him According to him the offences contravene sections 338 295 2A and 188 of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges Counsel to the defendant Mr John Oloruntobi urged the court to grant his client bail and promised that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N50 000 with one sureties in like sum He adjourned the case until July 19 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Man, 27, docked for allegedly stealing vehicle parts
     The Police on Thursday arraigned a 27 year old man Ademiluyi Temidayo before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court for allegedly stealing Toyota Hilux parts worth N350 000 Temidayo whose residential address was not provided is facing a three count charge of stealing attempted theft and assault The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offences on May 30 at about 1 00 a m at the Ekiti State Community Social Development Agency EKSCSDA in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi said that the defendant unlawfully entered the premises of EKSCSDA and stole catalist of a Toyota Hilux valued at N350 000 belonging to the agency He said the defendant also on July 3 at about 1 30 a m broke into the agency s premises and attempted to steal a catalist of another Toyota Hilux belonging to the agency He told the court that the defendant assaulted one of the agency s security guards Slyvanus John who apprehended him According to him the offences contravene sections 338 295 2A and 188 of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges Counsel to the defendant Mr John Oloruntobi urged the court to grant his client bail and promised that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N50 000 with one sureties in like sum He adjourned the case until July 19 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Man, 27, docked for allegedly stealing vehicle parts
    General news5 months ago

    Man, 27, docked for allegedly stealing vehicle parts

    The Police on Thursday arraigned a 27-year-old man, Ademiluyi Temidayo, before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court for allegedly stealing Toyota Hilux parts worth N350, 000.

    Temidayo, whose residential address was not provided, is facing a three-count charge of stealing, attempted theft and assault.

    The prosecutor, Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that the defendant committed the offences on May 30 at about 1.00 a.m. at the Ekiti State Community Social Development Agency (EKSCSDA) in Ado-Ekiti.

    Olasunkanmi said that the defendant unlawfully entered the premises of EKSCSDA and stole catalist of a Toyota Hilux valued at N350,000 belonging to the agency.

    He said the defendant also on July 3, at about 1:30 a.m broke into the agency’s premises and attempted to steal a catalist of another Toyota Hilux belonging to the agency.

    He told the court that the defendant assaulted one of the agency’s security guards, Slyvanus John, who apprehended him.

    According to him, the offences contravene sections 338, 295(2A) and 188 of the Criminal Laws of Ekiti State, 2021.

    The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges.

    Counsel to the defendant, Mr John Oloruntobi, urged the court to grant his client bail and promised that he would not jump bail.

    The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N50,000 with one sureties in like sum.

    He adjourned the case until July 19 for hearing.


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  •  Teenager Isiaka Omehiza was on Wednesday brought before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court for alleged shop breaking and stealing Omehiza 18 whose address was not given is facing a two count charge of shop breaking and stealing The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offence sometime in December 2021 in Iworoko Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant broke into the shop of one Ogunleye Sammi He alleged that the defendant stole cloths underwears shoes belts wrist watches and bags valued at N2 5 million belonging to the complainant According to him the offences contravene Section 324 2 and 302 a of the Criminal Law of Ekiti 2021 He urged the court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charg His counsel Mr Sunday Balogun urged the court to grant his client bail and promised that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N100 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case untill Aug 2 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Teenager in court for alleged shop breaking
     Teenager Isiaka Omehiza was on Wednesday brought before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court for alleged shop breaking and stealing Omehiza 18 whose address was not given is facing a two count charge of shop breaking and stealing The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offence sometime in December 2021 in Iworoko Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant broke into the shop of one Ogunleye Sammi He alleged that the defendant stole cloths underwears shoes belts wrist watches and bags valued at N2 5 million belonging to the complainant According to him the offences contravene Section 324 2 and 302 a of the Criminal Law of Ekiti 2021 He urged the court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charg His counsel Mr Sunday Balogun urged the court to grant his client bail and promised that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N100 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case untill Aug 2 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Teenager in court for alleged shop breaking
    General news5 months ago

    Teenager in court for alleged shop breaking

    Teenager Isiaka Omehiza was on Wednesday brought before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court for alleged shop breaking and stealing.Omehiza, 18, whose address was not given, is facing a two-count charge of shop breaking and stealing.The prosecutor, Insp. Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that the defendant committed the offence sometime in December 2021 in Iworoko-Ekiti.Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant broke into the shop of one Ogunleye Sammi.He alleged that the defendant stole cloths, underwears, shoes, belts, wrist watches and bags valued at N2.5 million, belonging to the complainant.According to him, the offences contravene Section 324(2) and 302(a) of the Criminal Law of Ekiti, 2021.He urged the court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses.The defendant pleaded not guilty to the chargHis counsel, Mr Sunday Balogun, urged the court to grant his client bail and promised that he would not jump bail.The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N100,000 with one surety in like sum.He adjourned the case untill Aug. 2, for hearing. (

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  •  A 67 year old traditional chief Atemoloro Anthony was on Wednesday arraigned before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged unlawful damage and forcible entry Anthony whose address was not provided is facing a four count charge bordering on conspiracy forcible entry unlawful damage and unlawful offer of land for sale The Prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant and others now at large committed the offences sometime in January in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi said that the defendant conspired with others now at large and forcibly entered a piece of land belonging to Omolayo Sunday of Omolayo Standard Printing Press He said the defendant and others now at large damaged the fence blocks and building valued at N2 5 million belonging to the complainant The prosecutor added that the defendant offered for sale the property of the complainant knowing full well that he had no lawful title to the property or authority of the owner to offer same for sale According to him the offences contravene and are punishable under Sections 421 65 329 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 and Section 9 1 a b and c of Anti land Grabbing Laws of Ekiti State 2019 The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him study the case file and present his witnesses The defendant however pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him Counsel to the defendant Mr Tope Salami urged the court to grant his client to bail in a liberal term promising that he would not jump bail In his ruling the Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200 000 with two sureties in like sum He thereafter adjourned the case till July 8 2022 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Traditional chief, 67, docked over alleged unlawful damage, forceful entry
     A 67 year old traditional chief Atemoloro Anthony was on Wednesday arraigned before an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged unlawful damage and forcible entry Anthony whose address was not provided is facing a four count charge bordering on conspiracy forcible entry unlawful damage and unlawful offer of land for sale The Prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant and others now at large committed the offences sometime in January in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi said that the defendant conspired with others now at large and forcibly entered a piece of land belonging to Omolayo Sunday of Omolayo Standard Printing Press He said the defendant and others now at large damaged the fence blocks and building valued at N2 5 million belonging to the complainant The prosecutor added that the defendant offered for sale the property of the complainant knowing full well that he had no lawful title to the property or authority of the owner to offer same for sale According to him the offences contravene and are punishable under Sections 421 65 329 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 and Section 9 1 a b and c of Anti land Grabbing Laws of Ekiti State 2019 The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him study the case file and present his witnesses The defendant however pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him Counsel to the defendant Mr Tope Salami urged the court to grant his client to bail in a liberal term promising that he would not jump bail In his ruling the Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200 000 with two sureties in like sum He thereafter adjourned the case till July 8 2022 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Traditional chief, 67, docked over alleged unlawful damage, forceful entry
    General news5 months ago

    Traditional chief, 67, docked over alleged unlawful damage, forceful entry

    A 67-year-old traditional chief, Atemoloro Anthony, was, on Wednesday, arraigned before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged unlawful damage and forcible entry.

     

    Anthony, whose address was not provided, is facing a four-count charge, bordering on conspiracy, forcible entry, unlawful damage and unlawful offer of land for sale.

     

    The Prosecutor, Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that the defendant and others, now at large, committed the offences sometime in January in Ado-Ekiti.

     

    Olasunkanmi said that the defendant conspired with others, now at large, and forcibly entered a piece of land belonging to Omolayo Sunday of Omolayo Standard Printing Press.

     

    He said the defendant and others, now at large, damaged the fence blocks and building, valued at N2.5 million, belonging to the complainant.

     

    The prosecutor added that the defendant offered for sale the property of the complainant, knowing full well that he had no lawful title to the property or authority of the owner to offer same for sale.

     

    According to him, the offences contravene and are punishable under Sections 421, 65, 329 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2021 and Section 9(1)(a),(b) and (c) of Anti-land Grabbing Laws of Ekiti State, 2019.

     

    The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him study the case file and present his witnesses.

     

    The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him.

     

    Counsel to the defendant, Mr Tope Salami, urged the court to grant his client to bail in a liberal term, promising that he would not jump bail.

     

    In his ruling, the Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200,000, with two sureties in like sum.

     

    He, thereafter, adjourned the case till July 8, 2022 for hearing. (

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  •   Police arraign man 31 over alleged possession of firearm Police arraign man 31 over possession of firearm Arraignment Funmilayo Okunade Ado Ekiti June 24 2022 The Police on Friday arraigned a 31 year old man Akinola Akintunde in an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged possession of firearm The defendant of no fixed address is standing trial on a charge of possession of firearm The Prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offence on May 26 in Ode Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant had in his possession one locally made pistol He said that Akintunde armed himself with a dangerous weapon in public unlawfully in such a manner as to cause terror in public place According to him the offence contravenes Section 64 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 and is punishable under Section 27 1 of the Firearm Act LFN 2004 The prosecutor urged the court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses Counsel to the defendant Mr Rotimi Adabembe urged the court to grant his client bail with a promise that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case till July 11 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police arraign man, 31, over alleged possession of firearm
      Police arraign man 31 over alleged possession of firearm Police arraign man 31 over possession of firearm Arraignment Funmilayo Okunade Ado Ekiti June 24 2022 The Police on Friday arraigned a 31 year old man Akinola Akintunde in an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged possession of firearm The defendant of no fixed address is standing trial on a charge of possession of firearm The Prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that the defendant committed the offence on May 26 in Ode Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant had in his possession one locally made pistol He said that Akintunde armed himself with a dangerous weapon in public unlawfully in such a manner as to cause terror in public place According to him the offence contravenes Section 64 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 and is punishable under Section 27 1 of the Firearm Act LFN 2004 The prosecutor urged the court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses Counsel to the defendant Mr Rotimi Adabembe urged the court to grant his client bail with a promise that he would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200 000 with one surety in like sum He adjourned the case till July 11 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police arraign man, 31, over alleged possession of firearm
    General news5 months ago

    Police arraign man, 31, over alleged possession of firearm

    Police arraign man, 31, over alleged possession of firearm

    Police arraign man, 31, over possession of firearm

    Arraignment

    Funmilayo Okunade

    Ado-Ekiti, June 24, 2022 The Police on Friday arraigned a 31-year-old man, Akinola Akintunde, in an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged possession of firearm.

    The defendant, of no fixed address, is standing trial on a charge of possession of firearm.

    The Prosecutor, Insp. Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that the defendant committed the offence on May 26 in Ode-Ekiti.

    Olasunkanmi alleged that the defendant had in his possession one locally made pistol.

    He said that Akintunde armed himself with a dangerous weapon in public unlawfully in such a manner as to cause terror in public place.

    According to him, the offence contravenes Section 64 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State, 2021, and is punishable under Section 27(1) of the Firearm Act LFN, 2004.

    The prosecutor urged the court to adjourn the case to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses.

    Counsel to the defendant, Mr Rotimi Adabembe, urged the court to grant his client bail, with a promise that he would not jump bail.

    The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200,000 with one surety in like sum.

    He adjourned the case till July 11 for hearing.


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  •  Two men Emeka Okoro 29 and Peter James 25 were on Wednesday arraigned at an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged house breaking and stealing The accused persons of unknown address were facing a two count charge of house breaking and stealing The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that they committed the offences on June 4 in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the accused broke into the house of one Apanisile Olanike He also alleged that they stole a home theatre washing machine detergent soap one female golden pulse one palm slippers one plasma television and a toasting machine Other items stolen are champagne light three curtains one shoe and jewelries all valued at N1 7 million belonging to the complainant he said According to him the offences contravened Sections 322 and 322 b of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him to study the case file and present his witnesses The accused however pleaded not guilty to the charges against them Their Counsel Mr Olawumi Olowolafe urged the court to grant his clients bail with a promise that they would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted bail to them in the sum of N100 000 with one surety each in like sum He adjourned the case until July 20 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2 men in court over alleged house breaking, theft
     Two men Emeka Okoro 29 and Peter James 25 were on Wednesday arraigned at an Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court over alleged house breaking and stealing The accused persons of unknown address were facing a two count charge of house breaking and stealing The prosecutor Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi told the court that they committed the offences on June 4 in Ado Ekiti Olasunkanmi alleged that the accused broke into the house of one Apanisile Olanike He also alleged that they stole a home theatre washing machine detergent soap one female golden pulse one palm slippers one plasma television and a toasting machine Other items stolen are champagne light three curtains one shoe and jewelries all valued at N1 7 million belonging to the complainant he said According to him the offences contravened Sections 322 and 322 b of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him to study the case file and present his witnesses The accused however pleaded not guilty to the charges against them Their Counsel Mr Olawumi Olowolafe urged the court to grant his clients bail with a promise that they would not jump bail The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola granted bail to them in the sum of N100 000 with one surety each in like sum He adjourned the case until July 20 for hearing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2 men in court over alleged house breaking, theft
    General news6 months ago

    2 men in court over alleged house breaking, theft

    Two men, Emeka Okoro, 29, and Peter James, 25, were on Wednesday arraigned at an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged house breaking and stealing.The accused persons, of unknown address, were facing a two-count charge of house breaking and stealing.The prosecutor, Insp Bamikole Olasunkanmi, told the court that they committed the offences on June 4 in Ado-Ekiti.Olasunkanmi alleged that the accused broke into the house of one Apanisile Olanike.He also alleged that they stole a home theatre, washing machine, detergent soap, one female golden pulse, one palm slippers, one plasma television, and a toasting machine.“Other items stolen are champagne light, three curtains, one shoe and jewelries all valued at N1.7 million, belonging to the complainant,” he said.According to him, the offences contravened Sections 322 and 322 (b) of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2021.The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him to study the case file and present his witnesses.The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges against them.Their Counsel, Mr Olawumi Olowolafe, urged the court to grant his clients bail, with a promise that they would not jump bail.The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, granted bail to them in the sum of N100,000 with one surety each in like sum.He adjourned the case until July 20 for hearing. (

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  •  An Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court on Thursday ordered the remand of a 23 year old man Omeiza Ibrahim in the Correctional Centre in Ado Ekiti over alleged murder and possession of firearms The defendant whose address was not provided is being tried for alleged murder and possession of firearms allegedly committed on April 13 at about 5 00 p m in Ado Ekiti The police prosecutor Insp Caleb Leramo told the court that defendant in possession of firearms murdered one Abubakar Yakubu He told the court that the defendant and his two accomplices who rode on a motorcycle stormed the camp where Yakubu and his father reared their cattle where one of them shot and killed Yakubu as he tried to wrestle one of them to the ground According to him the offences contravened Section 234 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 and Section 27 1 b i of the Firearms Act 2004 The prosecutor urged the Court to remand the defendant in a Correctional Centre pending legal advice from the office of Director of Public Prosecution DPP The plea of the defendant was not taken The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola who acquiesced to the prosecutor s request ordered the remand of the defendant at the Correctional Centre pending receipt of the DPP s legal advice Faola adjourned the case until July 2 for mention NAN
    Court remands man, 23, over alleged murder, possession of firearms
     An Ado Ekiti Chief Magistrates Court on Thursday ordered the remand of a 23 year old man Omeiza Ibrahim in the Correctional Centre in Ado Ekiti over alleged murder and possession of firearms The defendant whose address was not provided is being tried for alleged murder and possession of firearms allegedly committed on April 13 at about 5 00 p m in Ado Ekiti The police prosecutor Insp Caleb Leramo told the court that defendant in possession of firearms murdered one Abubakar Yakubu He told the court that the defendant and his two accomplices who rode on a motorcycle stormed the camp where Yakubu and his father reared their cattle where one of them shot and killed Yakubu as he tried to wrestle one of them to the ground According to him the offences contravened Section 234 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ekiti State 2021 and Section 27 1 b i of the Firearms Act 2004 The prosecutor urged the Court to remand the defendant in a Correctional Centre pending legal advice from the office of Director of Public Prosecution DPP The plea of the defendant was not taken The Chief Magistrate Mr Michael Faola who acquiesced to the prosecutor s request ordered the remand of the defendant at the Correctional Centre pending receipt of the DPP s legal advice Faola adjourned the case until July 2 for mention NAN
    Court remands man, 23, over alleged murder, possession of firearms
    General news7 months ago

    Court remands man, 23, over alleged murder, possession of firearms

    An Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court on Thursday ordered the remand of a 23-year-old man, Omeiza Ibrahim, in the Correctional Centre in Ado-Ekiti over alleged murder and possession of firearms.

    The defendant, whose address was not provided, is being tried for alleged murder and possession of firearms, allegedly committed on April 13, at about 5:00 p.m in Ado-Ekiti.

    The police prosecutor, Insp Caleb Leramo, told the court that defendant, in possession of firearms murdered one Abubakar Yakubu.

    He told the court that the defendant and his two accomplices, who rode on a motorcycle, stormed the camp where Yakubu and his father reared their cattle where one of them shot and killed Yakubu as he tried to wrestle one of them to the ground.

    According to him, the offences contravened Section 234 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2021 and Section 27(1) (b) (i) of the Firearms Act 2004.

    The prosecutor urged the Court to remand the defendant in a Correctional Centre, pending legal advice from the office of Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

    The plea of the defendant was not taken.

    The Chief Magistrate, Mr Michael Faola, who acquiesced to the prosecutor’s request, ordered the remand of the defendant at the Correctional Centre, pending receipt of the DPP’s legal advice.Faola adjourned the case until July 2 for mention. (

    (NAN)

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