Wahala! ! Driver With Coconut Head Land In Trouble, See What He Did With 15 Million Trailer In Lagos


A 47- year- old man Friday Omiko, who is a driver by profession as been charged to court for allegedly damaging and abandoning his employer’ s trailer which is worth N15 million. The defendant was said to have been arraigned on Thursday, the 18th of November, before an Ikeja Magistrates Court sitting in Lagos.

The 47- years- old Emiko, whose residential address was not provided by the police while speaking with a News correspondent is currently facing a three- count charge which is bordering on conspiracy and willful damage.

Meanwhile, the defendant had been pleaded not guilty to the charge after the hearing on Thursday.

The prosecutor counsel, ASP Akeem Raji, in his statement said that the defendant had intentionally damaged the trailer with the Registration. No. SMK208XW.

According to the prosecutor’ s statement, the trailer was said to be a property of GPC Energy Logistics.

Raji, while giving his statement in court said that the defendant had loaded the trailer with woods that exceeds the trailer power even without the owner’ s knowledge, he said that the defendant had committed the offenses with other people who are part of his accomplice on September, 17th at about 7. 00 p. m. in Ikeja, the Lagos State capital.

He said, ” The defendant said the trailer lost balance and fell.

” He unlawfully abandoned the truck which was vandalized beyond repair, and absconded to an unknown location, ” the prosecutor said.

Meanwhile, when The Chief Magistrate, Mrs. O. I. Adelaja, was giving her verdicts after the hearing she eventually admitted the defendant to bail condition after much hearing which he has been ordered to pay the sum of N300, 000 providing two sureties in like sum.

Adelaja had also ordered that the sureties to be provided by the defendant must be gainfully employed and working within the state vicinity and have evidence of two years tax payment to Lagos State Government.

According to the prosecutor’ s counsel the offense which the defendant had committed violated Sections 339, 350, and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.

However, The chief magistrate has adjourned the case until December 14th, for the remaining hearing.

Source: Mcebiscoo.com

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