3 Friends Dragged To Court For Purchasing Stolen Goods

For purportedly buying taken merchandise, three companions were brought before a Grade I Region Court in Kado, Abuja, on Friday.

Bello Musa, and Abubakar Bihari, both of the Pantaker Dawaki area in Abuja, and Expressed Suleiman of Setraco, Gwarimpa, Abuja have all been accused by the police of criminal connivance and getting taken property.

Nonetheless, the charged individual entered a not-blameworthy supplication.

Aliyu Sani, the complainant, revealed the occurrence to the Existence Camp Police headquarters on October 5, as per the arraignment’s lawyer, Stanley Nwafoaku, who affirmed in court.

As indicated by Nwafoaku, the respondents were found buying the iron poles that one Joseph Vincent and Yahaya Bello had purportedly taken from Sani’s home.

He expressed that Bello and Vincent had been confined by the police before and that they would be accused of robbery on October 31 in an alternate court.

As indicated by the investigator, the principal litigant, Musa, conceded during a police examination that Vincent had welcomed them to Sani’s home to buy the iron bars.

The offense, he proceeded, disregarded the terms of Areas 97 and 317 of the Corrective Code.

The litigants were conceded bail in how much N200,000 each, alongside one guarantee in a similar sum, by the adjudicator, Muhammed Wakili.