25-year-old man bags one month jail term for stealing catfish | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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25-year-old man bags one month jail term for stealing catfish | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️

25-year-old man bags one month jail term for stealing catfish | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️

An Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court, on Monday, sentenced a 25-year-old man, Sunday Peter, to one-month imprisonment for stealing live catfish, valued at N400,000. The Magistrate, Mrs Olubunmi Bamidele, sentenced Peter, following his guilty plea and facts of the case. Bamidele, however, gave the convict an option of N10, 000 fine on count one and N20,000 […]

An Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court, on Monday, sentenced a 25-year-old man, Sunday Peter, to one-month imprisonment for stealing live catfish, valued at N400,000. The Magistrate, Mrs Olubunmi Bamidele, sentenced Peter, following his guilty plea and facts of the case. Bamidele, however, gave the convict an option of N10, 000 fine on count one and N20,000…

An Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court, on Monday, sentenced a 25-year-old man, Sunday Peter, to one-month imprisonment for stealing live catfish, valued at N400,000.The Magistrate, Mrs Olubunmi Bamidele, sentenced Peter, following his guilty plea and facts of the case.

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What about those ones This will serve as a deterrent to others. For stealing catfish? What about the Accountant general whose was over 90B naira. Where is he today. The Rivers Accountant general and his gangs, where are they? This life no balance truly What does he enjoy from cat fish, when he can enjoy Hotdogs more

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The Magistrate, Mrs Olubunmi Bamidele, sentenced Peter, following his guilty plea and facts of the case. Bamidele, however, gave the convict an option of N10, 000 fine on count one and N20,000… An Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court, on Monday, sentenced a 25-year-old man, Sunday Peter, to one-month imprisonment for stealing live catfish, valued at N400,000. “The Kwibuka event has a Nigerian… Nigeria’s women national team finished fifth at the just-concluded Kwibuka T20i Championship in Kigali, Rwanda The Eighth Kwibuka Women’s T20 Tournament took a new turn with the introduction of a veterans’ exhibition match between Nigeria and Rwanda. The Magistrate, Mrs Olubunmi Bamidele, sentenced Peter, following his guilty plea and facts of the case.” It may seem overwhelming, but if the nation is genuinely dedicated, e-governance may improve public access to government services, information, dependable security, adequate oversight roles, accountability, and regulations. Bamidele, however, gave the convict an option of N10, 000 fine on count one and N20,000 on count two, which are to run concurrently. “The Kwibuka event has a Nigerian bent, because it was conceived on the back of the bilateral cricket matches between the two countries’ women’s team. The Prosecutor, Insp Sodiq Adeniyi, had told the court that the convict and one other, now at large, committed the offences on June 16 at about 1 p. Selling flexibility into the grid is an opportunity for data centers to monetize underutilized assets, for example by providing energy storage and supplying the fast frequency response services that grid operators will increasingly need as renewable capacity increases and the grid loses the inertia associated with fossil fuel generation.

m. Nigeria’s veterans, who majorly were from the TBS 4’O clock group, chalked 133 for the loss of four wickets in the first inning, while the Rwandan team capped it in 16. What is the significance of this e-governance? For example, the government cannot fully provide social infrastructure unless it knows the nation’s population or how many people live in the country, and it cannot adequately provide educational infrastructure until it has data on children. at Irewolede Estate in Ado-Ekiti. Adeniyi said that the convict and one other at large conspired between themselves to commit stealing. “We lost this but the experience and the bonding has been something that we would look to strengthen. He said that the convict stole live cat fish, valued at N400,000, belonging to one Awe Omowumi from her fish pond. Because it could tell us a lot about how people act, what they do, and how that affects society as a whole. The prosecutor said that the convict was a Farm Secretary and was given the fish pond to manage by the complainant.” In this article. In this article.

He added that the convict confessed to the crime and told the police that he had sold out the catfish to another man. According to him, the offences contravene Sections 421 and 302(4) of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2021. However, the country still ranks low in terms of providing e-governance services to its citizens. .