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Man dragged to court for allegedly biting neighbour in Ekiti

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Man dragged to court for allegedly biting neighbour in Ekiti

Man dragged to court for allegedly biting neighbour in Ekiti

A 36-year-elderly person, Adesina Badmus, has been hauled before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court for purportedly gnawing his injured individual and incurring a deep cut on him.

The respondent of no fixed location is confronting a charge of ambush.

The police examiner, Insp. Johnson Okunade told the court that the respondent submitted the offense on April 29 at around 2215 hours at No. 32, off Agric Road in Ado-Ekiti.

He claimed that the respondent had a contention with one Ajanaku Adelegan, and attacked him by cutting his left-hand finger with his teeth.

He said the offense repudiated Section 338 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2012.

The examiner approached the court for intermission to empower him to think about the case document and present his observers.

The litigant argued not blameworthy to the charge.

His direction, Mr. Gbenga Bejide, asked the court to allow him to safeguard, with a guarantee that he would not bounce safeguard.

The Chief Magistrate, Mr. Adesoji Adegboye, conceded safeguard to the respondent in the total of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum.

Adegboye suspended the case until June 17 for hearing.