News Agency of Nigera (NAN), reports that the
50-year-old Yusuf, had sent Salamat to
distribute the snacks to the beggars at Offin
Street in the area on August 5, 2016, and it
was later realised that the bean cakes had
poisoned needles » inserted in them.
The State Prosecuting Counsel, Barrister Ben
Ekundayo, who said the two suspects are
facing a two-count charge of conspiracy and
attempted murder, narrated how they carried
out the crime with the intention of with intent
to endanger the lives » of the beggars in
the guise of doing a good deed.
Ekundayo told the court presided over by
Magistrate Ade Adefulire:
“The Muslim cleric sent his daughter to give
the beggars, near the Mosque, the bean-cakes,
but when one of them (the beggars) opened
the bean-cake, he found needles in the
Other beggars were notified; one of them,
who knows the daughter and the school where
she teaches, led them there and she was
apprehended. She also led police to her
Ekundayo said that the offences contravened
Sections 228 and 409 of the Criminal Law of
Lagos State, 2011.
When the charges were read to the accused,
they pleaded not guilty and Adefulire admitted
the defendants to bail in the sum of N500,
000, with two sureties each in like sum.
Also Read: “Ritualist Cleric: Alfa murders
friend, share body parts” »
He also ordered that sureties must be blood
relations and account owners with a deposit of
N100, 000 in their bank accounts, before
adjourning the case till September 29, for

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