Murder: Mustapha Sagoe, Abu Stainless,5 others charged

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By Innocent Anaba
An Igbosere Magistrate Court, Lagos, has remanded seven suspected members of National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW, in prison custody on separate charges of conspiracy and murder.

The accused persons are Mustapha Adekunle 36 (alias Sagoe ); Abu Ismaila 40 (alias Stainless); Jamiu Erinfolami, 34; Michael Kaizer 46 (alias Jagger); Kunle Jaiyeoba 39; Sunday Omole 43 and Tajudeen Saheed, 28.

In the first one count information, the accused were alleged to have killed one Damola Dosunmu.  The prosecution in the charge sought the remand of the accused in prison custody, pending a legal advice from  the Director of Public Prosecution.

In the second charge, the accused persons and “others at large, being members of NURTW, on February 19, 2012 at Ilupesi, Lagos Island within the jurisdiction of the court did conspire amongst yourselves to commit a felony to wit: murder and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 231 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.
* That you and others at large, being members of NURTW, on the same date, time and place in the aforementioned magisterial district, did unlawfully kill one Jamiu Adebara ‘m’ and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 221 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011. That you and others at large, being members of NURTW, on the same date, time and place in the aforementioned magisterial district with intent to unlawfully kill, shot one Abduwahab Hassan ‘m’ with a pump action gun and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 228 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.

The prosecutor, Mr Victor Nwadike, told the court that the defendants committed the alleged offences between October, 2005 and February, 2012 in different parts of Lagos such as Isale-Eko, Iga -Idunganran Street, Adeniji-Adele Road, Ilupesi and Idumota. Mr Nwadike,  brought the application for remand, pending DPP’s advice under section 264(1)of the criminal laws of Lagos State.

Magistrate F. Davies-Abegunde, said, ‘’In view of sections 115 and 264(1)of the criminal  Laws of Lagos State, the accused shall be remanded in custody, pending the advice of the DPP.”

An Igbosere Magistrate Court, Lagos, has remanded seven suspected members of National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW, in prison custody on separate charges of conspiracy and murder.

The accused persons are Mustapha Adekunle 36 (alias Sagoe ); Abu Ismaila 40 (alias Stainless); Jamiu Erinfolami, 34; Michael Kaizer 46 (alias Jagger); Kunle Jaiyeoba 39; Sunday Omole 43 and Tajudeen Saheed, 28.

In the first one count information, the accused were alleged to have killed one Damola Dosunmu.
The prosecution in the charge sought the remand of the accused in prison custody, pending a legal advise from the Director of Public Prosecution.

In the second charge, the accused persons, according to the charge, and “others at large, being members of NURTW, on February 19, 2012 at Ilupesi, Lagos Island within the jurisdiction of the court did conspire amongst yourselves to commit a felony to wit: murder and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 231 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.
* That you and others at large, being members of NURTW, on the same date, time and place in the aforementioned magisterial district, did unlawfully killed one Jamiu Adebara ‘m’ and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 221 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.
* That you and others at large, being members of NURTW, on the same date, time and place in the aforementioned magisterial district with intent to unlawfully kill, shot one Abduwahab Hassan ‘m’ with a pump action gun and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 228 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.
The prosecutor, Mr Victor Nwadike, told the court that the defendants committed the alleged offences between October, 2005 and February, 2012 in different parts of Lagos such as Isale-Eko, Iga -Idunganran Street, Adeniji-Adele Road, Ilupesi and Idumota.
Mr Nwadike,  brought the application for remand, pending DPP’s advice under section 264(1)of the criminal laws of Lagos State.
Magistrate F. Davies-Abegunde, said, ‘’In view of sections 115 and 264(1)of the criminal  Laws of Lagos State, the accused shall be remanded in custody, pending the advice of the DPP.”
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