Amechi, two others captured, hauled to court for having a place with Eiye confraternity
The Lagos State Police Order has summoned three men, Amechi Dukur, Totimi Johnson and Yusuf Ahmed under the steady gaze of an Ogudu Judge court sitting in the state for purportedly having a place with Eiye confraternity.
Dukur, 25, Johnson, 18 and Ahmed, 21, are confronting a three-check charge verging on scheme, enrollment of unlawful society and break of harmony.
Tending to the court, the investigator, Controller Fortunate Ihiehie, said the trio, alongside others still everywhere contrived and behaved in a way prone to cause a break of harmony.
Ihiehie educated the court that the litigants utilized some risky weapons to undermine inhabitants of Akala in Mushin territory of Lagos State on Walk 1, at 2.00 p.m.
The indicted said the offenses contradicted Areas 42(a) and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.
The litigants, be that as it may, argued not liable to the charges.
Against this scenery, application for their safeguard was allowed by Justice, E. Kubeinje.
Kubeinje conceded them safeguard in the whole of N50, 000 each, with one surety each in like entirety.
The Judge held that the sureties must dwell inside the court’s purview, be profitably utilized, and with proof of duty installment to the Lagos State Government.
Therefore, she suspended the issue until April 24.