Aliu Fatai a.k.a “Gbegiri” docked for alleged Armed Robbery
A 35-year old man, Mr. Aliu Fatai a.k.a. Gbegiri has been docked by the Chief Magistrate Court 4 Iyaganku, Ibadan Oyo State Nigeria over three counts charge, while others on same alleged charges are at large.
Count 1 alleged that Aliu Fatai a.k.a Gbegiri and others now at large on the 29th March, 2018 at about 1:50am at Ajegede area Ibadan Magisterial District did conspire together to commit felony to wit; armed robbery and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under section 6(B) of the robbery and firearms (special provision) Act Cap R2 Volume 14 Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 2004.
The second count alleged that Aliu Fatai and others now at large in the same day, time, place and aforementioned Magisterial District while armed with gun, cutlass and other dangerous weapon did attack one Mr. Asimiyu Opeyemi and dispossessed him of Boxer Bajaj motorcycle valued N352,000.00 (US$977.7) only and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under section 1(2) of robbery and firearms (special provision) Act Cap R2 Volume 14 Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 2004.
The third or last count alleged that Aliu Fatai and others now at large on the same day, time, place and aforementioned Magisterial district while armed with guns, cutlass and other dangerous weapons did unlawfully Kill or cause the death of 32 years man, Mr. Kabir Salimon by firing gunshots at his legs during the armed robbery operation in which Aliu and others now at large allegedly masterminded at Ajegede area of Ibadan where Kabiru Salimon was a night security guard and thereby committed an offence contrary to section 316(3) and punishable under section 319(1) of the criminal code cap 38 volume 2 of Oyo State of Nigeria 2000.
The Counsel to the defendant Barrister Titilola pleaded and applied before the Chief Magistrate to grant his bail to his client but the prosecutor, Inspector Aliu Samid told the Honourable Court that the charges against Mr. Aliu Fatai are not bailable in nature and he therefore objected to the application of the defendant’s Counsel.
His Honour, Chief Magistrate Muideen Salami agreed with the prosecutor and pronounced that the accused should be remanded in prison and the case was adjourned to the 5th of June for definite hearing.
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