Four security ensures an assemblage in Lagos State, Amos Danjuma, 20, Taiwo Akintola, 39, Bright Innocent, 28 and Tajudeen Shoni, 64, have been charged under the vigilant gaze of a Tinubu Magistrates’ Court sitting in the state, for purportedly taking the entire of N500,000 from a tithe limit the gathering.
The police prosecutor, Inspector Richard Odigie, told the court that the men who were summoned on a two-check charge of interest and taking, presented the offenses on January 25, at around 4am when they plotted to take the N500,000 from the tithe box having a spot with Ascension Anglican Church at Alasia transport stop, Badore Road, Eti-Osa, Lagos.
“They were gatekeepers used to secure the assemblage. The first and second charged persons were on night commitment while the third and fourth were on morning commitment.” The Inspector told the court that The prosecutor said that the offenses disavowed portions 309 and 409 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.
Right when the charges were examined to them, the reprimanded contended not reprehensible and the judge, Mr. L. A. Owolabi, permitted each of them protection in the aggregate of N50,000, with two sureties each in like aggregate, while conceding the case till March 22 for hearing.