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Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Female Corper Arraigned For Trespassing In Abuja

A female corps member serving in Abuja, Lizzy Onuh, and two others on Tuesday were charged before a Wuse Zone 6 Chief Magistrates Court in Abuja for purportedly trespassing on a property.

Onuh and her housemates, Lilian Kelechukwu and Ogbonna Ozugbemene, are standing preliminary on a three-tally charge of conspiracy, trespass and mischief.

The defendants,  in any case, argued not guilty to the charges, NAN reports. The prosecutor, Noel Omeje, told the court that one Mohammed Daggash of Prince and Princess Estate, Gaduwa, Abuja, revealed the issue to the Commissioner of Police, FCT Command, on Aug. 31.

He said the complainant told the police that the respondents contrived among themselves, broke in and trespassed into his home situated at Plot 6, House 48, Prince and Princess Estate, Gaduwa, Abuja.

The prosecutor additionally asserted that all endeavors to discharge the respondents out of the said property had demonstrated failed as they had kept on living there without the authorisation of the complainant for quite a long time.

Omeje said the offenses contradicted Sections 97, 348 and 326 of the Penal Code.

The Chief Magistrate, Ibrahim Muhammed, allowed the respondents safeguard in the entirety of N250,000 each with one surety each in like aggregate.

Muhammed dismissed the case till Sept. 19 for additionally hearing.

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