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Herdsman in court for allegedly destroying crops with cattle

An 18-year-old herdsman, Adamu Sabi, was on Friday arraigned in an Abeokuta Magistrates’ Court in Isabo, over alleged destruction of farm crops worth N600,000 with his cattle.

Eight in court for allegedly stealing N77 million from employer

The police on Friday arraigned eight men in a Magistrates’ Court I sitting in Isabo, Abeokuta, for allegedly stealing N77 million belonging to their employer.

Police arraign men for stealing N77 million from employer

The police on Friday arraigned eight men in a Magistrates’ Court I sitting in Isabo, Abeokuta, for allegedly stealing N77 million belonging to their employer.

Thirteen suspects charged with alleged kidnap of customs officer

Thirteen suspected smugglers have been charged to court on allegation of kidnapping a Customs officer in Ogun State.
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13 persons arraigned for abducting Customs operative in Ogun

The Police in Ogun State have re-arraigned 13 suspected smugglers who allegedly abducted an operative of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Abdul-Rasheed Salami, in April, 2018.

Ex-Ogun Head of Service drags ex-wife to court for abducting own baby

A former Head of Service in Ogun State, Oladipo Odulate, Wednesday, dragged her ex-wife, Odulate Oluwatoyin before an Abeokuta Magistrate Court sitting in Isabo, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital for allegedly abducting her own son, Odulate Oluwaseyi.
A flooded area of Abeokuta

Flood wreaks havoc in Abeokuta, mother and child missing

Scores of people, including a mother and child were missing Friday and properties worth billions of naira were destroyed after a massive flood ravaged parts of Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital, and its environs.

Man in court for allegedly snatching car with toy gun

A man, Fadayini Ayodeji, who allegedly robbed one Mrs Rukayat Sowole of her car, using a toy gun, was on Thursday arraigned in an Abeokuta Magistrates’ Court, Isabo.

Court rejects ‘attempted murder’ charge against MAPOLY students

An Ogun State Magistrates’ Court I sitting in Isabo, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, Wednesday, was reported to have rejected the ‘attempted murder’ charge slammed on the 20 students of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, who were arrested at Pansheke on Tuesday.

I prefer going to jail – Man tells court

An Abeokuta Magistrates’ Court sitting in Isabo, turned to theatre room on Friday when 43-year-old Saburi Yusuf, accused of damaging a car and a windscreen told the court that he was ready to go to jail.

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