For purportedly taking a 8KVA Elemax generator esteemed at N550,000, a 22-year-old shoemaker, Nurudeen Ibrahim, on Friday showed up under the steady gaze of a Yaba Magistrates’ court in Lagos.
Ibrahim, an occupant of Ebute-Metta region of Lagos, is confronting a two-check charge on intrigue and taking.
He, notwithstanding, argued not blameworthy to the charge.
Police Prosecutor, Sgt. Godwin Oriabure, told the court that the litigant submitted the offenses at 2.30a.m. on May 30, at No. 132, Murtala Mohammed Way, Ebute-Meta, Lagos.
As indicated by him, the respondent and two other men broke into the place of the complainant, Mr Afolabi Odeleye, and stole the generator in his patio.
Oriabure told the court that the complainant saw the litigant when he moved over his fence after the burglary to make an escape.
The examiner affirmed that the respondent and his accessories, who were still everywhere, additionally vandalized the sign box at the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) station in Ebute Meta.
“My Lord, the respondent was captured on doubt of vandalizing the railroad sign box.
“He was captured in the zone directly after the vandalism.
“We, be that as it may, did not discover anything on him, however the complainant, who happens to impart a fence to the railroad compound, remembered him as his generator cheat.
“Examination is as yet proceeding to recuperate the stolen generator and the sign box parts,” Oriabure said.
The offenses negated Sections 287 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 (Revised).
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