A Yaba Magistrates’ Court that gave the ruling also ordered Lawson to produce two sureties in like sum as part of the bail conditions. The magistrate, Mrs A. F. Adeeyo, said one of the sureties must own a landed property in Lagos and the other must be employed in a reputable company. The accused, who resides in Surulere area of Lagos State, is facing a three-count charge of conspiracy, burglary and stealing. Earlier, the prosecutor, Cpl. Ibijoke Akinpelu, said that the accused and some others still at large committed the offences on Oct. 22, at No 6, Mathew St., Surulere. She said the accused broke into the shop of the complainant (names withheld) and stole the machines. He said that the offences contravened Sections 309, 411 and 516A of the Criminal Code Cap. 77, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 1990. He, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge. The magistrate adjourned the case to Aug. 27 for trial.]]>

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