In a recent event, the Badagry Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos remanded a 41-year-old man called Onuaka Chigozie. The accused is accused of stabbing Mr. Chinago Onuakpa in the neck, which prompted this judicial action.
In a recent development, the Chief Magistrate, Mr. Fadahunsi Adefioye, took quick action by remanding Chigozie after he admitted guilt to an assault allegation.
In a recent development, Judge Adefioye issued an order remanding the defendant to the Awhajigoh Correctional Centre. This decision comes as the defendant prepares to be sentenced.
In a new development, the presiding judge decided to postpone the case until August 24th. This adjournment will allow for a more thorough assessment of the evidence and, ultimately, the decision of the appropriate sentence.
The prosecution, ASP Clément Okuoimose, disclosed in a recent court hearing that the defendant is suspected of perpetrating the claimed act on July 19 at approximately 8:30 p.m. in the Iyana-Era neighborhood of Ijanikin, Lagos.
In a subsequent development, Okuoimose issued a statement saying that the defendant allegedly used a knife to stab the complainant, Onuakpa, after a heated altercation.
The complaint was quickly transferred to the hospital, according to the prosecutor.
In a recent statement, the individual stated that the offense committed was a breach of Section 346 of the Lagos State Criminal Law, 2015.