Ikeja – A 28-year-old girl, Amaka Okolie, who allegedly slapped her ex-stepmother and destroyed her necklace value N190, 000 at the same time a controversy on Monday seemed in an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court
Okolie, whose lives on No: 4 Taiwo St., Mafoluku in Oshodi, Lagos, is charged with two counts of invade and wilful hurt however pleaded now not to blame to the cost.
The prosecution alleged that the defendant slapped her ex-stepmother, Mrs Ngozi Okolie, willfully tore her get dressed and reduce her gold necklace valued at N190, 000, at the same time a controversy over the complainant refused to move her father’s condo.
Police Sgt. Michael Unah informed the court that the defendant dedicated the offence on Feb. 18 approximately 8. 40 a. m. at her place of abode.
He added that the defendant sought after the complainant, who used to be as soon as married to her father however silent busy a room in their domestic to move however she declined.
“The defendant informed the complainant that every one her father’s belongings belonged to her mom for the reason that complainant used to be not married to her father.
“The complainant refused to leave the house, this led to an altercation and the defendant slapped her, ripped her dress and destroyed her gold necklace worth N190, 000,” he mentioned.
The offence, he mentioned contravened the food of sections 173 and 339 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State 2015, (Revised).
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The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reviews that each sections prescribe 3 years imprisonment for offenders.
Chief Magistrate A. A Fashola, admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N50, 000 bail with individual accountable surety in be keen on sum.
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Fashola ordered that the surety will have to be gainfully hired with a proof of 2 years tax cost to the Lagos State Government and possess his deal with verified near the court.
The Magistrate adjourned the case till March 20, for point out. (NAN)