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Former Ogun Deputy Governor Arraigned For Allegedly Being In Possession Of Retiree’s C of O

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Former Ogun Deputy Governor Arraigned For Allegedly Being In Possession Of Retiree’s C of O

An Ikeja Magistrates’ Court docket in Lagos has arraigned a former Deputy Governor of Ogun,  Olusegun Adesegun, on Thursday d for allegedly being in possession of a Certificates of Occupancy belonging to a retiree.

Adesegun is charged with 4 counts of conspiracy, concealing deeds, forcible entry and forcible possession.

He pleaded not responsible.

The Prosecution Counsel, SP Victor Eruada, instructed the court docket that the defendant dedicated the offence between 2003 and 2017 on the Nigeria Deposit Insurance coverage Cooperation workplace (NDIC), Lagos.

Eruada alleged that the defendant conspired with others at massive, to steal the certificates of Occupancy with N068/68/1994 tittle doc and property saved with the NDIC belonging to Mr Babatunde Oderinde, a Retiree.

Based on him, the defendant in a fashion more likely to trigger breach of peace, did enter the parcel of land positioned at No 2, Osilaja St., Opebi- Oregun hyperlink highway, Lagos belonging to  Oderinde.

He alleged that the defendant in a fashion more likely to trigger an affordable apprehension of the breach of peace, took possession of the parcel of land on the above talked about tackle towards the complainant who was entitled by legislation.

The prosecutor mentioned the offence contravened the provisions of sections 52, 53, 290 and 411 of the Felony Regulation of Lagos State, 2015.

NAN stories that Part 52 stipulates two years’ jail time period for forcible entry of land for any convicted offender.

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Part 53 stipulates two years’ jail time period for forcible possession of land for any convicted offender whereas Part 290 stipulates three years’ jail time period for concealing of deeds(doc) for any convicted offender.

Justice of the Peace M.O. Tanimola admitted the defendant to bail within the sum of N100,000 with two sureties in like sum who should present proof of Tax fee and a verifiable tackle.

The Justice of the Peace adjourned the case till Could 17, Could 20 and Could 27 for accelerated listening to.

(NAN)


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