Court remands worker for stealing employer’s N.9m property in Osun

By Adesewa Ogunjide
A middle aged man, Olanrewaju Olabamiji, has been remanded in Ilesa Correctional Center by an Osogbo Magistrate Court sitting in Osun state for allegedly stealing the property of his employer, Oladejo Akinniyi.
Olabamiji, a bricklayer, who was working for Akinniyi as a labourer in a block industry, was alleged to have stolen items including block moulder, lister, storex and electric wire which are property of his boss, Akinniyi.
He was alleged to have committed the crime on 10th July, 2019 around 7:30pm at Offa road, Osogbo.
The accused person pleaded guilty to the count-charge leveled against him by the police
Police prosecutor, Adeoye kayode, told the court that the accused also misinformed the police by giving false name.
According to the prosecutor, the accused had committed a similar offence where he gave his name as Ogunleye Wale.
 The presiding magistrate, Mrs Risikat Olayemi ordered that the accused be remanded in correctional center in Ilesha.
Olayemi adjourned the matter till 24th October, 2019 for judgement.
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