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Alleged intimidation: Court fixes June 11 to rule on pilot’s claim

A Karmo Grade 1 Area Court has fixed June 11, to deliver judgement in a case of alleged criminal intimidation and inciting disturbance filed by a pilot, Abba Maigida.

Maigida, who resides at No 13, Moses Majekodunmi Crescent, Utako, Abuja, filed an application of direct criminal complaint in compliance with Section 89 (5) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA), 2015.

He instituted the suit against his neighbour, Uche Okolie, on May 15.

The Judge, Inuwa Maiwada, ordered that a letter of reminder be sent to the police to send a copy of the report of the investigation in order for the court to deliver its ruling.

He adjourned the matter to June 11, for ruling.

Earlier, the defendant’s counsel, Onyeka Osigwe, informed the court that the police had concluded investigation and would forward a report to the court.

NAN reports that Maigida alleged that Okolie who resides in an apartment directly above his own within the same address constitutes nuisance.

Maigida said every attempt to get her to stop pounding on his ceiling failed.

In addition, Maigida alleged that the defendant threatened him with a knife when he tried to talk to her to stop hitting objects on his ceiling.

The pilot is praying the court to invoke the provisions of Sections 183 and 397 of the Penal Code.

The defendant, however, denied the allegation and the court ordered police investigation and directed that a report be presented at the end of the investigation.

 

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Alleged intimidation: Court fixes June 11 to rule on pilot’s claim

A Karmo Grade 1 Area Court has fixed June 11, to deliver judgement in a case of alleged criminal intimidation and inciting disturbance filed by a pilot, Abba Maigida.

Maigida, who resides at No 13, Moses Majekodunmi Crescent, Utako, Abuja, filed an application of direct criminal complaint in compliance with Section 89 (5) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA), 2015.

He instituted the suit against his neighbour, Uche Okolie, on May 15.

The Judge, Inuwa Maiwada, ordered that a letter of reminder be sent to the police to send a copy of the report of the investigation in order for the court to deliver its ruling.

He adjourned the matter to June 11, for ruling.

Earlier, the defendant’s counsel, Onyeka Osigwe, informed the court that the police had concluded investigation and would forward a report to the court.

NAN reports that Maigida alleged that Okolie who resides in an apartment directly above his own within the same address constitutes nuisance.

Maigida said every attempt to get her to stop pounding on his ceiling failed.

In addition, Maigida alleged that the defendant threatened him with a knife when he tried to talk to her to stop hitting objects on his ceiling.

The pilot is praying the court to invoke the provisions of Sections 183 and 397 of the Penal Code.

The defendant, however, denied the allegation and the court ordered police investigation and directed that a report be presented at the end of the investigation.

 

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