Ondo Monarch, Oba Oluwanbe Disgraced African Tradition, Remanded For Armed Robbery

As per report culled from a reliable  source.. King of the Ayetoro community in the
Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State, Oba Oluwambe Ojagbohunmi, was remanded in police custody by an Akure Chief Magistrates’ Court over allegations of armed robbery.

He was arrested by the police, for causing breach of peace in the community. Olatunji Kazeem, who was the police prosecutor, said that the king and others at large, having guns, cutlasses and other dangerous weapons, conspired to rob five people of various sums of money.
Ondo Monarch, Oba Oluwanbe Remanded For Armed Robbery

The defendant and the others at large were also accused of crimes like, robbing one Ajimijere Ayodele of a Tiger generator and the sum of N160,000, shooting one Olu Obolo in the leg and inflict machete cuts on him in the rear pelvic girdle, an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 320 (1) of the Criminal Code cap 37, volume 1, Laws of Ondo State, 2006.

The counsel for the defendant, Mr Olusola Oke, revealed that he had not been properly served with the charges as required by the law, saying he needed 24 hours to file the application for the bail of the defendant.


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