Four Handed Death Sentence For Armed Robbery In Ilorin

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Four suspected armed robbers have been sentenced to death
by hanging by an Ilorin High Court.

The condemned armed robbers identified as Ibrahim
Olayiwola, Abdulwaheed Aliyu, Tunde Kareem and Omotayo
Isah were said to have broken down after the sentence was
handed down by the presiding judge, Justice S.T Umar.

According to reports from Leadership:

They were charged for robbing the petroleum attendants of
Rockfield Petroleum Filling Station, Odota, Ilorin, in
February 2011, contrary to the provisions of Section 97 of
the Penal Code and Section 1 (2) of the Robbery and
Firearms (Special provisions) Act, CAP R11 Laws of the
Federation of Nigeria 2004.

Delivering the judgment, Justice Umar said he agreed with
the lead prosecution counsel, M.A.I Akande, that the
prosecution has proved its case against the convicts beyond
reasonable doubt.

The court further held that “there is sufficient evidence to
establish that the four convicts conspired among
themselves and did rob the petroleum attendants of
Rockfield Petroleum Filling Station, Odota, Ilorin on
February 18, 2011, while armed with guns, contrary to the
provisions of Section 97 of the Penal Code and Section 1
(2) of the Robbery and Firearms (Special provisions) Act,
CAP R11 Laws of Federation of Nigeria 2004.”
The convicts were accordingly sentenced to death by
hanging.

Counsel to the first suspect, Rapheal Ashaolu, argued that
Olayiwola was not at the scene of the incident but was
arrested as one of the suspects.

However, Counsels to the second, third and fourth accused,
Barr Abdulhameed, Abdul Gegele and Kamaldeen Gambari,
respectively, pleaded the alibi, but the court rejected it on
the ground that the [alibi of the] police station was not part
of the pleas.

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