LIFESTYLE

Police arraign two Osun State court staff for stealing typing sheets

The Osun State Police Command on Monday docked two staff of High Court for allegedly stealing typing sheets of the court.

The two staff identified as Adedoyin Adebowale (46years) and Sulaiman Tajudeen (46years) were arraigned on two counts of conspiracy and stealing before a Magistrates’ Court sitting in Osogbo.

The Police Prosecutor, Inspector Adeoye Kayode informed the court that the two staff of the court committed the offence on November 20, 2020, at High court premises, Oke-fia Osogbo by conspiring among themselves and stole six-packs of Typing Sheets valued N30, 000 property of Osun state Judiciary noting that the offence committed contravened section 516 and 383 punishable under section 390(9) of the Criminal Code Cap 34 Vol ll Law of Osun state 2002.

However, they pleaded not guilty to the charge levelled against them.

Counsel for the two defendants, Taiwo Awokunle prayed the court to grant the bail of the two on most liberal term assuring that they will provide a reliable surety and as a staff of judiciary they will not jump bail.

The Magistrate, Mrs. Adijat Oloyade granted bail to the defendants in the sum of N100, 000 with two sureties in like sum and adjourned the case till January 7, 2021, for hearing.

About author

Articles

A prolific writer of about two decades standing experience
Related posts
LIFESTYLENEWS

UN council honours Comrade Usman Austin Okai, as ECOSOC representative in Africa

For his unrivaled human rights records and unscathed social awareness and practices ,United Nations…
Read more
FEATURESLIFESTYLEPOLITICS

Niger 2023: As clamour for Kutigi for governor gathers momentum

Abubakar Yusuf Two years towards the 2023 general elections,the people of Niger state is already…
Read more
LIFESTYLELOCAL

Man gets life imprisonment for raping his three-year-old step daughter

A 23-year old man, Iniobong Okon Moses is to spend the rest of his life in prison for raping his…
Read more
Newsletter
Get latest news update now

Sign up for News headquarters Daily Digest and get trending updates tailored for you now.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.