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Thursday, 10 August 2017

Man, 27, in court for allegedly stabbing neighbour with a broken bottle

Lagos – A 27-year-old man, Olorunwa Ogundare, who purportedly struck his neighbor, Shade Taiwo, by thumping her and utilizing a softened restrain to wound her the eye, on Thursday showed up under the watchful eye of an Ikeja Magistrates' Court. Ogundare, an occupant of Ipodo Street, Ikeja, is standing trial on a charge of ambush, to which he argued not liable. The prosecutor, Insp. Simeon Ihonwa, told the court that the denounced conferred the offenses on July 14, at their living arrangement. Ihonwa said that the denounced attacked the complainant by whipping her into a bloody mess and furthermore utilizing a softened restrain to wound her the eye. The prosecutor charged that Taiwo said the battle began because of a contention which followed amongst her and the blamed. Ihonwa charged that the complainant said that the denounced asserted she was extremely inconsiderate to him, so he chose to show her a lesson by pounding her. He said that all endeavors made by different inhabitants in the compound to settle the question demonstrated failed. The prosecutor asserted that the complainant revealed the case to the police and the charged was captured. The offenses, he stated, repudiated Sections 173 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Section 173 recommends a three-year imprison term for strike occasioning hurt. The Chief Magistrate, Mrs B.O Osunsanmi, conceded the denounced safeguard in the total N50, 000 with one surety in like entirety. The case was suspended until Sept. 14, for specify.