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Court Orders Man to Wash Public Toilet for Shouting

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One customary court at Ibadan orders a man with the name Jimoh Falola, to wash public toilets for 30 days for shouting during court proceedings.

Henry Agbaje who was the presiding Judge, Henry Agbaje in his ruling held that Mr. Falola had no regard for constituted authority from the way he insulted the court while it was sitting.

Agbaje consequently ordered Falola to be taken away by the police until he is ready to comport himself in a civil and orderly manner.

”He is ordered to embark on a 30-day community service which includes clearing the bush, sweeping the weed, road sweeping, and washing of public toilets”.

The arbitrator subsequently adjourned the case until March 29, 2021, for hearing.

According to report, one Opeyemi filed a divorce suit against her estranged husband, Falola.

Mr. Falola refused to appear in court on two sittings and when he finally appeared, he accused the court workers of receiving money as an inducement from his wife so as to favour her.

He was also shouting at the top of his voice while the court was sitting.

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Police Arrest Rapist In Akwa Ibom State

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Police in Akwa Ibom state have arrest a rapist, who allegedly forcefully raped a 17-year-old girl.

A young man of 26 years from Ikot Ubo was arrested as he forcefully raped girl of 17 year on her way to school.

The Vice chairman of Oruk Anam, Hon. Uduak Umoh who handed over the rapist to the police, warmed Oruk Anam indigenes to desist from rapping, kinnapping, and other social vices.

While rushing the girl to Poly Clinic, Ata Obio Akpa, Oruk Anam Local Government Area, the young girl was said to have been seriously wounded.

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Abuja Police Reiterate Commitment to Clamp Down on Criminals

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The Federal Capital Territory (Abuja) Police Command has reiterate its commitment to clamp down on all criminal elements within the state while issuing a serious warning that those caught would be made to face the full wrath of the law.

The Commissioner of Police, CP, Babaji Sunday made this known during a press conference at the command’s headquarters, Abuja.

The commissioner who reiterated the commitment of the command in ensuring that criminal activities are removed from the FCT, also warned those flaunting the ban on the use of tinted vehicles and covered number plates to desist from such acts.

He assured residents of Abuja that the Command is providing enough security for the protection of lives and properties particularly in the ‘Ember months when criminal activities are believed to be on the increase.

He said, “I want to sound a note of warning to criminal elements within FCT to desist from their nefarious activities or face the full wrath of the law. Also, I wish to reiterate the ban on the use of tinted vehicles and covered number plates within the FCT, as all violators will be arrested and prosecuted accordingly.

“I want to use this medium to reassure FCT residents of the command’s unwavering commitment toward the protection of lives and property within the Federal Capital Territory.

“In addition, I wish to express my profound gratitude to the Inspector-General of Police IGP. Usman Alkali Baba, psc (+), NPM, FDC, the Honorable Minister of the FCT, Mallam Muhammad Musa Bello for their unflinching support towards the FCT command.

“I also want to appreciate Gentlemen of the Press and all those who volunteered useful information to the command in its fight against crime within the FCT”.

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Police Indict Man for Allegedly Defrauding Pastor N1.2m

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The Lagos state police has indict one Taiwo Awopetu (45-year-old man) before Magistrate Court at Badagry, for allegedly defrauding one Pastor Felix Ogoh of N1.2 million.

Taiwo Awopetu, whose address is still unknown, is facing a two-count charge (fraud and stealing).

The prosecutor, ASP Ikem Uko, told the court that the defendant (Taiwo Awopetu) committed the various offence sometimes in January 2021 at Ajara, Badagry area of Lagos, Nigeria.

Uko said the defendant allegedly collected the sum of N1.2 million from the complainant under the pretext of selling a Toyota Corolla 2006 model to him.

He told the court that the defendant converted the money to his personal use.

He, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The prosecutor said the offences contravened Sections 314 and 287 of the Criminal Law of Lagos, 2015.

The defendant was granted a bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum by the Chief Magistrate, the person of Patrick Adekomaiya.

The Chief Magistrate said the sureties must reside within the court’s jurisdiction with evidence of tax payments to the Lagos State Government.

The chief magistrate then adjourned the case until Nov.23, for mention.

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