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Unemployed Man Remanded For Urinating On Restaurant Owner

Abubakar Shuaibu, an applicant on Tuesday, has been remanded by a Kabusa Grade I Area Court, Abuja, for allegedly urinating on a restaurant owner.

Shuaibu, whose address was not provided, is facing three-count charge of conspiracy, mischief and causing hurt.

The prosecution counsel, Mahmud Lawal, told the court that the defendant committed the offence on June 4.

Lawal alleged that the complainant, Racheal Magashi, who lives at Sheretti,Kabusa, Abuja, reported the matter at the Kabusa Police Station.

According to him, the complainant reported that Shuaibu urinated on her body after she asked him not to urinate around her restaurant.

Lawal also alleged that the defendant, with three others at large, conspired and invaded Magashi’s restaurant, destroying chairs and tables valued at N20,000.

He further said that the defendant also poured away a pot of soup cooked by the complainant valued at N30,000.

The prosecution said Abubakar confessed to the crime during investigation.

He added that the offence contravened the provisions of sections 97, 327 and 241 of the Penal Code Law.

The defendant, however, pleaded “not guilty” to the charge.

Ibrahim Kagarko, the  Judge, ordered that the defendant be remanded in Keffi Prison, Nasarawa State. He adjourned the case until July 18 for hearing.

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