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Sunday Agada was arraigned on Friday before Ikeja Magistrates’ Court for alleged burglary and stealing of cell phones worth N1.697 million.

• July 29, 2022
Court symbol used to tell the story
Court symbol used to tell the story

A 25-year-old security guard, Sunday Agada, was arraigned on Friday before Ikeja Magistrates’ Court for alleged burglary and stealing of cell phones worth N1.697 million.

The defendant, who resides at No. 16, Nojimi Street, Mashalashi Bus Stop, Alagbado in Lagos State, is standing trial on a four-count charge of conspiracy, burglary, stealing and unlawful entry.

He, however, pleaded not guilty before Magistrate O. A. Teluwo.

The prosecutor, Inspector Raphael Donny, told the court that the defendant committed the offences on June 13 at Ogba Multipurpose Complex, Ikeja.

He alleged that Mr Agada and others currently at large burgled a shop that belongs to one Winner Erebor.

According to the prosecutor, the defendant stole different brands of foreign used phones worth N1.697 million.

He said the offences contravened sections 307, 287, 309 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.

Mr Teluwo granted the defendant N100,000 bail with one surety. 

She adjourned the case until August 15 for a trial. 


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