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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Man Sent to Jail For Stealing Mosquito Net in Ibadan

A Mapo Senior Magistrates' Court in Ibadan, Oyo State, on Monday imprisoned a 20-year-old man, Olalekan Adebisi, for a half year for stealing 50 bits of mosquito nets. 

The Senior Magistrate, Mrs Mercy Aderounmu noticed that the convict had effectively burned through five months in Agodi Prison because of his powerlessness to consummate the bail conditions of N50, 000 prior conceded him. 

The justice said that the convict would now do a community service for a month inside the court premises. 

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Adebisi of no settled address was first charged on June 7 on a check of taking. 

He at that point argued not liable and was confessed to safeguard with two sureties in like aggregate, yet couldn't impeccable the safeguard conditions. 

Adebisi later changed his request to blameworthy on November 13, in the wake of burning through five months in jail care, and the case was dismissed until November 20 for certainties and sentences. 

Exhibiting the actualities under the watchful eye of the court on Monday, the prosecutor, Cpl. Philip Amusan said that Adebisi on May 30 hopped the fence of Bode Health Center, Ibadan, and stole 50 bits of mosquito nets. 

Amusan additionally said that Adebisi on June 3 at around 5.00 a.m returned to the wellbeing focus and scaled the fence trying to take once more. 

He said Adebisi was captured in the process by one of the security monitors joined to the wellbeing focus and was later given over to the police. 

The prosecutor additionally told the court that Adebisi sold the nets through peddling to a few purchasers he couldn't recognize. 

Amusan said that the offense contradicted Section 509 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Oyo State 2000.

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