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10 scavengers docked for alleged wandering, constituting nuisance

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Ten scavengers comprising six adults and four minors were on Wednesday docked in a Grade I Area Court, Karu, Abuja for alleged wandering and constituting nuisance.

The police charged Ahmed Saleh,22; Salisu Yahaya, 20; Nura Munir, 20; Kabiru Ashimu, 20; Musa Abubakar, 18 and Abdul Hamisu, 20 with wanderiing, constituting nuisance and belonging to gang of thieves.

The minors are between 12 and 15 years,

They all pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The Prosecution Counsel, Mr Olanrewaju Osho, told the court that the defendants committed the offence on Jan. 26 in Karu area of Abuja.

Osho said the patrol team attached to the Karu Police Station, arrested the defendants while patrolling the area.

He said that during investigation, the defendants could not give satisfactory account of themselves.

The prosecutor said the offence contravened the provisions of sections 199 and 306 of the Penal Code.
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The Judge, Malam Umar Mayana, granted the defendants bail in the sum of N100, 000 each, with two sureties in like sum, who must be their leaders and must deposit a valid means of identity.

Mayana further directed that the sureties must write an undertaking stating that the defendants would not parade Karu and its environs again, and their addresses must be verified by the court officers.

He adjourned the case until March 15 for further mention.

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Court remands man for allegedly stealing cold room compressor

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 A Sharia Court in Kano State on Wednesday ordered that a 25-year-old man, Ahmed Abdulkadir who pleaded guilty to stealing a cold room compressor  unit worth N60,000 be remanded in a correction  centre.

The police charged Abdulkadir, who lives in Fagge Quarters, Kano, with theft.

The Judge, Malam Umar Lawal-Abubaka, adjourned the matter until July 25 for summary trial.

Earlier, the Prosecution Counsel, Insp Abdullahi Wada told the court that the complainant, Nura Muhammed who also resides in Fagge Quarters, reported the matter at the Fagge Police Station, Kano, on July 6.

Wada alleged that the defendant, entered into the complainant’s shop and stole the compressor unit.

The defendant pleaded guilty to the charge.

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Man,26,docked for alleged theft of armoured cables worth N3.7m

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A 26-year-old man, Adeniyi Toyosi,  on Wednesday, appeared before an Ota Magistrates ‘Court in Ogun, for breaking into a business premises to steal two transformer armoured cables valued at N3.7 million.
The Police charged the defendant, whose address was not provided, with burglary, stealing and conspiracy.
The Prosecutor, Insp E.O. Adaraloye,told the court that the defendant and others still at large, committed the offences on July 7 at about 12.00 a.m. at No.4 Pavilion Estate, Ilogbo road, Ota in Ogun State.
Adaraloye alleged that the defendant and his accomplices had broken into Makindez Multi Business Ventures to steal two transformer armor cables, three Closed-Circuit Television  and other valuable items valued at N3.7 million.
He further alleged that the company guards caught the defendant and handed over to the police.
The prosecutor said that the offences contravened Sections 390(9),413 and 516 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ogun,2006.
The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The Magistrate, Mrs A.O. Adeyemi, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N2.5 million with one surety in like sum.
Adeyemi ordered that the surety, who must reside within the court’s jurisdiction should be gainfully employed.
He further ordered that such surety should show evidence of tax payment to Ogun Government as part of the bail conditions.
She adjourned the case until Aug.14 for further hearing.
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Jigawa High Court judges begin annual vacation

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Jigawa State Chief Judge, Justice Umar M. Sadiq has approved July 10 for the commencement of annual vacation for the State High Court.

This was contained in a press statement signed by the Director, Publicity and Protocol Matters, Jigawa State Judiciary, issued to newmen.

The statement said the High Court Judicial staff would resume work on Monday, September 11, 2023.

He said the vacation is under the Provision of Order 45 Rule 5(1) of the Jigawa State High Court Civil Procedure Rules (Subsidiary Legislation) Cap. H-2, laws of Jigawa, 2012.

“Given the above, by the Provision of Jigawa State High Court 2022/2023 Legal Calendar, all High Court Judges shall be on vacation from Monday, 10th July, 2023, to Friday, 8th September, 2023 and resume work on Monday, 11th September, 2023,” he said.

He said that during the vacation period, Justice Mustapha Bello Adamu of High Court No 9 Hadejia would serve as the Vacation Judge and sit at High Court Complex, Dutse.

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