Trader sentenced 12 months for stealing generator
…Scavenger charged with phone theft An area court sitting in Kado, Abuja, has sentenced a trader, Michael Ayegh, to 12 months in prison for stealing a generator valued at N550,000. The prosecutor, DSP Stanley Nwafor, told the court that the defendant and one other suspect on February 10, 2023, conspired and stole a generator […]
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An area court sitting in Kado, Abuja, has sentenced a trader, Michael Ayegh, to 12 months in prison for stealing a generator valued at N550,000.
The prosecutor, DSP Stanley Nwafor, told the court that the defendant and one other suspect on February 10, 2023, conspired and stole a generator and that during police investigation he confessed to the crime.
The suspect pleaded guilty to the charge and the Judge, Muhammad Adamu Wakili, sentenced him to 12 months jail term with an option of N20,000 fine. He was also ordered to pay N550,000 as compensation to the owner.
In another case, a scavenger, Sanusi Sani (20), was arraigned for allegedly stealing an iPhone 13 valued at N420,000 belonging to a woman, Juliet Dalyop, of Citec Mbora Estate, Abuja.
The prosecutor, DSP Nwanfor, told the court that the defendant on February 28, 2023, at about 6pm criminally conspired with three others, Dogo, Boss and Sani (all at large), to steal an iPhone 13 from the complainant.
The prosecutor said that the victim was coming from Gwarimpa, heading to Life Camp, and that on reaching Strabag Roundabout, she had an accident and the suspects came in pretense of helping her but ended up stealing her phone.
The defendant pleaded guilty to the charges, and the Judge, Muhammad Adamu Wakili, adjourned to March 13, 2023.
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