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Three Remanded In Prison For Assault On Ikeja Electric Staff

Three Remanded In Prison For Assault On Ikeja Electric Staff

Three men were on Tuesday brought before an Ogudu Magistrate Court in Lagos State for assaulting staff of Ikeja Electric while performing their official duties. The accused persons are: Godfrey Endurance, 22; Ihonre Samson, 32; and Ayodeji Adeoye, 30, residents of Otunba Onakoya Street, Mende, Maryland, Lagos.

The accused persons committed the offence on March 13 at 1-5, Otunba Onakoya Street, Mende, Maryland in Lagos State and the incident was reported at the Anthony Police Station on the same day. The staff were assaulted while carrying out their official duties.

The prosecutor said the offences committed were contrary to Sections 409, 166 (b) and 172 of the Criminal Law of Lagos, 2011. The Magistrate, O. S. Amusat, granted the accused persons bail subject to the verification of their sureties’ addresses.
IE’s Head of Corporate Communications, Felix Ofulue, stated that the accused persons were remanded in Ikoyi Prisons pending perfection of their bail conditions.

The matter was later adjourned to April 24 for mention.

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