ODD WORLD! Teenager In Court For Stealing Five Bunches Of Palm Leaves

ODD WORLD! Teenager In Court For Stealing Five Bunches Of Palm Leaves


A 19-year-old male, Monday Doro, was on Monday arraigned before an Asaba Chief Magistrates’ Court in Asaba for allegedly stealing five bunches of palm leaves.

Police prosecutor, Mr. Augustine Otubu, told the court that Doro stole the items on October 8, 2013 at Field 45 owned by Presco Nigeria Plc, Oghara, Delta State.

Otubu also told the court that the items, valued at N4, 000, were property of Presco Nigeria Plc.

He said that the offence was punishable under sections 516 and 390(9) of the Criminal Code, Cap C 21 Volume 1, Law of Delta State, 2006.

The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The Chief Magistrate, Miss Queen Momoh, ordered that the accused should be granted bail in the sum of N200, 000 with a surety in like sum.

Momoh ordered that the surety must be a civil servant of not less than Grade Level 9 and must be present in court at the next hearing of the matter.

She also ordered that the surety must come with a current pay slip, two passport photographs and must also be resident in Asaba, the state capital.

She adjourned the matter to November 5, 2013 for further hearing.

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A 19-year-old male, Monday Doro, was on Monday arraigned before an Asaba Chief Magistrates’ Court in Asaba for allegedly stealing five bunches of palm leaves.

Police prosecutor, Mr. Augustine Otubu, told the court that Doro stole the items on October 8, 2013 at Field 45 owned by Presco Nigeria Plc, Oghara, Delta State.

Otubu also told the court that the items, valued at N4, 000, were property of Presco Nigeria Plc.

He said that the offence was punishable under sections 516 and 390(9) of the Criminal Code, Cap C 21 Volume 1, Law of Delta State, 2006.

The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The Chief Magistrate, Miss Queen Momoh, ordered that the accused should be granted bail in the sum of N200, 000 with a surety in like sum.

Momoh ordered that the surety must be a civil servant of not less than Grade Level 9 and must be present in court at the next hearing of the matter.

She also ordered that the surety must come with a current pay slip, two passport photographs and must also be resident in Asaba, the state capital.

She adjourned the matter to November 5, 2013 for further hearing.

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