Thursday, June 15, 2017

Man Arrested For Defecating Inside His Business Rival’s Office

A Lagosian has landed in hot soup after an unbecoming deed that has earned him a measures in the court of put-on.

A 30-year old man, Sunday Ngene has been arrested and charged to the fore a Lagos court for allegedly attacking his make miserable opponent, Edoagu James by defecating his faeces inside his office.
The incident happened at 92 Ipaja road in Agege, Lagos where the victim, James rented an office where he sells Tricycles.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the motive at the prematurely Ngenes produce an effect was not resolved, but their neighbours said it was a ploy to muggy the length of Jamess striving issue.
The suspect was said to have opened his own office at 97 of the related street where he was initially selling the same products abet on he had matter finacial challenges.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the suspects and the victim are from the area in Enugu State back they came to Lagos and related the concern. However, it was learnt that the defendant suffered a set auspices where as the victim is skirmish-court dogfight considering ease sophisticated of the defendant.
On the day the incident happened, it was gathered that James had argument gone Ngene on severity of the situation of borrowing him another maintenance after he had earlier borrowed him maintenance for his campaigning.
The demand was turned the length of by James who asked him to first refund the one he gave him in the before now. This worsened their relationship and he reportedly moved from his office to Jamess office subsequently cutlass to ferociousness him.
When James took to his heels, he started defecating inside the office and press to the fore the bowel nearly the goods James parked inside the hall office. The matter was reported to the police and Ngene was arrested and charged to the lead Ogba Magistrates court. He pleaded not guilty.
The presiding Magistrate, Mr T.O Shomade settled him bail in the unqualified of N100,000 in the midst of two sureties in subsequently quantity.
Ngene was remanded in prison custody pending later than he will sound his bail condition. The issue was adjourned till 5 July 2017.
Source: Tori

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