Man sentences to death. An Osun State High Court in Osogbo has condemned a 40-year-old man, Kayode Adedeji, to death by hanging for burglarizing a lady of N3,420.
The sentence was passed on to Mr. Adedeji on Wednesday despite the fact that the wrongdoing was conferred on April 25, 2009.
The indicting counsel from the state service of equity, Elisabeth Alabi, had told the court that Mr. Adedeji burglarized one Omowumi Adebayo at Bolorunduro range in Ilesa of the cash outfitted with a blade at midnight.
The indictment additionally guaranteed that the criminal likewise had different perilous weapons amid his assault on Mrs. Adebayo’s living arrangement.
Mr. Adedeji was said to have fled the scene of the theft yet was trailed and captured by a few individuals from the Oodua Peoples Congress in the territory.
He argued not blameworthy to the one tally charge of furnished burglary when he was summoned around eight years prior and was allowed safeguard.
As indicated by Mrs. Alabi, the convcict manhandled the safeguard benefit by conferring another offense which prompted his remand in Ilesa jail.
She decided that the offense ran foul of the law and culpable under Section 11(2)(A) CAPR II, Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 2004.
The managing judge, Kudirat Akano, discovered Mr. Adedeji liable of the wrongdoing and indicted him.