In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 02nd, September, 2020

60-12 months-Previous Man Arraigned In Court docket For Coming into Obasanjo’s Farmland

60-Year-Old Man Arraigned In Court For Entering Obasanjo’s Farmland


Olusegun Obasanjo

An Ogun State Magistrates’ Court docket sitting in Ota has arraigned  a 60-year-old man, Ibrahim Ibuoye for allegedly trespassing on the farmland belonging to former President Olusegun Obasanjo in Ota.

Ibuoye was charged on 4 counts bordering on breach of peace, forceful entry, inflicting damages and conspiracy.

He pleaded not responsible to the fees.

In accordance to the police prosecutor Rosemary Samson, the defendant and others at massive allegedly dedicated the offences on August 26, 2020, on the Obasanjo Farm Restricted, Ota.

Samson mentioned the defendant and his accomplices had been armed with weapons and allegedly conspired amongst themselves and compelled their approach into the farm, thereby conducting themselves in a way prone to trigger a breach of peace.

The court docket additionally heard Honda Accord belonging to a person named Kazeem Ajiboye was allegedly broken by the defendant.

The alleged offences, in response to the prosecution, contravened sections 81, 390(9), 451 and 517 of the Felony Code, Legal guidelines of Ogun State, 2006.

Justice of the Peace B. S. Abdulsalam admitted Mr Ibuoye to bail within the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum.

The Justice of the Peace additional directed that the sureties should reside throughout the court docket’s jurisdiction and be gainfully employed with proof of tax fee to the Ogun State Authorities.

Additionally, the sureties should have landed property throughout the jurisdiction of the court docket, whereas the case was adjourned until September 14 for listening to.



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