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Four Men Dragged To Court For Setting Dogs Against Policemen




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Four men have been arraigned before an Upper Area Court Mpape, Abuja, for allegedly setting their dogs on two Police officers.

The police charged Patrick Anyafulu, Iluobe Kester, Kennedy Victor, and Aseogua Oritsebenigho, who all reside in Poli-Macus Estate Gwarinpa, with four counts of criminal conspiracy, obstructing public servant from performing his lawful duty, assault and causing hurt.

The prosecutor, Mr. Stanley Nwaforaku, said on April 9, in the cause of investigating a case of kidnapping, a team of policemen from the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Unit, went to the defendants Estate.

Nwaforaku told the court that policemen proceeded to No 30 Isah Khalid Street Poli-Macus Estate Gwarinpa, to effect the arrest of the defendants.

According to the prosecutor, after the intelligence response team introduced themselves to the defendants as policemen, with a valid warrant of arrest, they intentionally unleashed their dogs on them.

He said that the policemen were bitten by the dogs.

The offense, he said, contravened the provisions of sections 97, 149, 267 and 246 of the Penal Code.

The accused pleaded not guilty.

The Area court judge, Hassan Mohammed, admitted the defendants to bail in the sum of N200, 000 with one surety each in like sum.

Mohammed ordered the surety must reside within the court’s jurisdiction and verified by the court’s police.

He further adjourned the case until May 24 for hearing.

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