22-year-old Lady in Jail after Allegedly Conspiring with Her Current Lover to Kill Her Ex

Must Read

Again Emir Sanusi Hammers On Problems In Northern Nigeria

Muhammad Sanusi, emir of Kano, has come hard on fathers who do not take responsibility for their children and...

Senate Moves To Create Agency For Repentant Boko Haram Members

The Senate has initiated plans to establish a rehabilitation, deradicalisation and integration agency that would cater for repentant Boko...

Buhari Cares More For Boko Haram Than Law Abiding Citizens: Omokri

Reno Omokri, a staunch critic of the APC led administration has expressed that President Muhammadu Buhari loves Boko Haram...

Buhari Will Not Resign: Lai Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, says Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari will not resign his position over...

Why We Have Many Empty Seats During Plenary At National Assembly – Akin Alabi

Ever wondered why there are so many empty seats during the plenary session at the National Assembly?, well the...
News is my life; my life is good news!

A couple, 27-year-old David Omoregbe, a transporter, and his 22-year-old girlfriend, Temisan Bolodeoku, an apprentice tailor, on Tuesday, appeared before a Yaba magistrates’ court, Lagos, for allegedly killing the Bolodeoku’s former lover. They are both facing a two-count charge of conspiracy and murder.

The prosecutor, Inspector Rita Momoh, said that the duo committed the offence at about 12.30 p.m. on October 2, at No. 20, Adeojo Street, Isheri-Oshun, Lagos State. She said that the deceased, one Kehinde Owasoye, was Bolodeoku’s ex-lover, adding that “Omoregbe, who is the present lover of Bolodeoku, learnt that the woman was seeing the deceased again and got upset.’’

She said that on the fateful day, Omoregbe traced Owasoye and Bolodeoku to the said address, where he found them together in bed and stabbed the deceased with a pair of scissors, causing Owasoye’s death. According to the prosecutor, the offences contravene sections 221 and 231 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Lagos State.

Meanwhile, the magistrate, Mrs M.O. Tanimola, did not take the plea of the defendants, but ordered that they be remanded pending the advice of the State Director of Public Prosecution. Tanimola, thereafter, adjourned the case to November 12.

- Advertisement -
Ad ==> Discover how a young Nigerian graduate now makes a consistent 40k per week doing a legitimate online business. You too can start yours now, click here!!!


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -