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Death sentence of man who murdered Festac woman in 2004 upheld

    Posted by on January 24, 2016,



The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the judgment of a Lagos High Court sentencing a man, Nonso Okeke to death for the murder of one Chinwe Ofomatu on October 28, 2004.

Okeke was convicted by the Lagos High Court on April 13, 2010 for the murder of Ofomatu at her residence in Festac Town, Lagos.He was found guilty, convicted and sentenced to death by the Court.

Okeke was convicted and sentenced to death by the trial court for conspiracy and murder contrary to Sections 324 and 319(1) of the Criminal Code Act Cap 17, Laws of Lagos State, 2003.

Dissatisfied, Okeke appealed his conviction in Lagos and asked that the judgment of the lower court be upturned.But the appeal failed as the appellate court dismissed the application.

Again, Okeke took his case before the Supreme Court in Abuja and asked that the judgments of the lower courts be upturned.

While arguing the case before the Apex court, the Lagos State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem had urged the court to dismiss the appeal and uphold the judgments of the lower courts.

Kazeem, who was represented by the Lagos State Director of Public Prosecution, Mrs. Idowu Alakija and Mr Justin Jacobs had argued that the appeal was devoid of merit, and ought to be dismissed.

In its judgment, the apex court upheld the arguments by the State Government, and held that the appeal of Nonso Okeke lacked merit.

The court, in the lead judgment delivered by Justice Musa Dattijo Muhammed thereafter dismissed the appeal and upheld the decision of the lower courts for him to be sentenced to death.

BOLA AKINGBADE
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS
LAGOS STATE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE
JANUARY 23, 2016







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