Man bags 3years imprisonment for breaking into corp members’ house

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[Osun]–A 40-years-old man, Adesina Olajide has been sentenced to 3years imprisonment for allegedly breaking into two corp members house  to steal in Osogbo.

Olajide was arraigned on 28th of December, 2016 on four count charge for breaking and entering into dwelling house of two corp members to steal some valuable properties worth N302,000.

Upon arraignment, the police prosecutor, Mr. Fagboyinbo Abiodun told the court that ” Adesina Olajide on 10th day of November, 2016 at about 12mid-night, at No.9 Mnea Kilani street, Ebunoluwa area Ofatedo, Osogbo did break and entered into dwelling house of one Corp member, Nweze Chibuzo Charles and house of another Corp member, Chidera Austin Uzomaa with intent to commit felony”

“On same day, time and  place did steal the following: Iphone 6 plus valued N195,000, cash sum of N4,000, Nokia 3310 valued N3,000, FCMB ATM card, UBA ATM card, Fidelity bank ATM card and a brown  bag valued N3,000 properties of one Corp member, Nweze Chibwzo”

“Also, on same day, time and place  he (Olajide) stole; Tecno phone valued N15,000, Ophthalmoscope machine valued N80,000, cash sum of N2,000, Stanbic ATM card and Fidelity ATM card properties of a Corp member, Chidera Austin Uzomaa”.

Fagboyinbo said the offences committed by Olajide contravene section 411(1) and section 383 of the Criminal Code Cap. 34 Laws of Osun State of Nigeria, 2002.

Olajide pleaded not guilty to the four count charge preferred against him.
He was later considered on bail on 9th of January, 2017 by the Chief Magistrate, Mrs. Sodamade Falilat after his counsel, Mrs. Dada Adeyinka made an oral bail application.

The presiding Chief Magistrate, Osogbo, Mrs. Sodamade Falilat in her ruling on Thursday said the convict is guilty to the four count charge preferred against him and sentence him to 3years imprisonment but he was given an option of N25,000 fine.

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