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Court admits herbalist to N500,000 bail over alleged N170,000 fraud

An Igbosere Magiatrates’ Court in Lagos on Tuesday admitted a 36-year-old herbalist, Ahmed Ifakunle, who allegedly swindled his customer to the tune of N170,000, to bail in the sum of N500, 000.

Two labourers in court over alleged theft of cassava

Two labourers, Ibukun Alade, 25 and Kingsley Omorodon, 23, on Tuesday appeared Before an Okitipupa Magistrates’ Court, Ondo State, charged with stealing tubers of cassava valued N50,000.

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